*The 2014 Draft came and went over the weekend and was, by all accounts, a rousing success. The BSH guys have the lowdown on all six of Ron Hextall's picks and there doesn't seem to be a
Tyrell Goulbourne dud in the bunch. [BSH]
*A look at what the Flyers' draft picks have in common. [Flyers]
*After the draft, Hextall spoke with the media about what he sees for the future of his team. [Flyers]
*Turns out the Flyers' first pick, Travis Sanheim, isn't a huge Schenn fan. Awwwkkkkwaaaaard. [BSH]
*Speaking of, Sanheim had his first experience with the Philadelphia hockey media after being selected. [Flyers]
*Hexy was very, very close to securing the number one pick in a trade with Florida. [Courier-Post]
*As with most recent years, draft day was without a blockbuster trade to speak of, but there were a couple moves worth noting: the Penguins sent James Neal to Nashville and for some reason the Maple Leafs traded Carl Gunnarsson to the Blues for Roman Polak.
*The bigger story is the trades that didn't happen. [SB Nation]
*And the Pathers have bought out Ed Jovanovski. No, Hexy. No. [Litter Box Cats]
*The NHL Board of Governors is considering tweaking the draft lottery. [ProHockeyTalk]
*A requisite list of draft day winners and losers. [The Hockey News]
**Late addition: Steve Yzerman was a busy man last night, acquiring Sam Gagner from the Oilers for Teddy Purcell and then shipping Gagner and B.J. Crombeen to the Coyotes for picks.