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What time and TV channel is the NHL draft Friday?

Tampa Bay Lightning Vice President and General Manager, Steve Yzerman watches from high above the ice as the Lightning take on the Florida Panthers during first period action at the Amalie Arena in Tampa Tuesday evening (03/24/15). PHOTO TO PUBLISH with a story on Yzerman by Joe Smith on Sunday 4/12/15. (NOTE: Yzerman was watching from a box next to the broadcast boxes and press box above the 300 level seating at the arena. He was photographed from the catwalk at the start of the game).

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Tampa Bay Lightning Vice President and General Manager, Steve Yzerman watches from high above the ice as the Lightning take on the Florida Panthers during first period action at the Amalie Arena in Tampa Tuesday evening (03/24/15). PHOTO TO PUBLISH with a story on Yzerman by Joe Smith on Sunday 4/12/15. (NOTE: Yzerman was watching from a box next to the broadcast boxes and press box above the 300 level seating at the arena. He was photographed from the catwalk at the start of the game).

The 2016 NHL draft will start at 7 p.m. Friday on NBC Sports Network.

The event is at the First Niagra Center in Buffalo and also will be carried on 970-AM radio in the Tampa Bay area.

The Lightning holds the 27th pick in the first round.

What time and TV channel is the NHL draft Friday? 06/24/16 [Last modified: Friday, June 24, 2016 5:15pm]
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