7:16 PM EDT, Wed June 26, 2019
SportsDay Jun 15, 2019
Shortage of picks magnifies Stars' first NHL draft decision, and Dallas has multiple paths to choose from

Shortage of picks magnifies Stars' first NHL draft decision, and Dallas has multiple paths to choose from

Because of a busy February, the Stars could have a quieter June.The Stars only have four picks in next week's draft -- which begins Friday night in Vancouver with the first round, and continues with rounds 2-7 on Saturday -- after trading three of them away during last season. Dallas does not have a second-round pick (lost in the Mats Zuccarello trade deadline deal), third-round pick (in acquiring Ben Lovejoy) or a seventh-round pick (trading for Connor Carrick).Instead, the Stars hold pick Nos. 18, 111, 142 and 173, and general manager Jim Nill is open to the possibility of trading down to...

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