With the Flyers' elimination from the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the team's third-round pick in the 2018 NHL draft was officially transferred over to the Red Wings.
What was originally a fourth-round selection in the acquisition of goaltender Petr Mrazek was upgraded to a third-rounder once Mrazek won five regular-season games and the Flyers qualified for the postseason.
The Flyers could potentially still owe the Red Wings a third-round pick in the 2019 NHL draft if Mrazek is re-signed. However, that seems unlikely with Brian Elliott and Michal Neuvirth already under contract for next season and Mrazek's poor play over the final five weeks of the regular season.
In all likelihood, the Flyers will have the 19th overall pick in the June draft, which is scheduled for June 22-23 at American Airlines Center in Dallas. If the Blue Jackets are eliminated before the Eastern Conference Finals, then they will select 18th with the Flyers slotted in at the 19th selection.
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Once again, Flyers general manager Ron Hextall will be watching intently during Saturday's NHL draft lottery, where the Flyers could also acquire the St. Louis Blues' first-round selection.
The Flyers have a 95 percent chance of obtaining the Blues' first pick as compensation in the Brayden Schenn trade that was completed at last year's draft in Chicago.
The Blues' pick is top-10 protected, but they have only a five percent chance of moving into the top three - 1.5 percent for No. 1 overall, 1.7 for No. 2, 1.8 for No. 3, 91.8 for No. 14 and 3.2 for No. 15. So, either the Blues draft in the top three, they remain at 14 or fall back to 15.
However, as Hextall discovered just a year ago, anything is possible.
Last year, the Flyers made the monumental leap from the 13th-worst record in the league to obtaining the second overall pick - a lottery move that had just a 2.4 percent chance of falling in their favor. With that selection, the Flyers chose Nolan Patrick.
Swedish defenseman Rasmus Dahlin is the consensus No. 1 pick in this year's draft and a future cornerstone blueliner.
The NHL draft lottery is held in Toronto.