With the NHL regular season in the books, thirteen of the 14 teams that failed to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs will have a chance at winning the right to the first overall pick at the 2014 NHL Draft. Catch the 2014 NHL Draft Lottery exclusively on TSN and TSN GO live NOW. TSNs coverage is also available live on TSN radio stations across the country. You can also take part in TSN.cas live chat as the draw takes place, with the chance to discuss and debate both the draft order as well as topics from around the league. The live blog includes all the latest news, top prospect rankings, and video highlights at TSN.ca/DraftCentre. During the 30-minute TSN original production, Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie will unveil his consensus Top 10 prospects and TSNs Director of Scouting Craig Button projects how the first 13 picks will unfold. Representatives from each of the five teams most likely to win the Draft Lottery will be joined by NHL on TSN host James Duthie in the TSN Studio as NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly reveals the draft order. The club selected in the lottery will be awarded the first overall pick for the 2014 NHL Draft, which takes place on TSN on June 27-28 in Philadelphia. The top-seeded Buffalo Sabres (25.0 per cent) have the best chance of winning the lottery, followed by the Florida Panthers (18.8 per cent), Edmonton Oilers (14.2 per cent), Calgary Flames (10.7 per cent) and New York Islanders (8.1 per cent). The Vancouver Canucks (6.2 per cent), Toronto Maple Leafs (3.6 per cent), and Winnipeg Jets (2.7 per cent) complete the group of five Canadian teams with a chance to choose first overall. The Ottawa Senators first-round pick is property of the Anaheim Ducks, who acquired it in a trade for Bobby Ryan. The Devils will receive the 30th overall pick regardless of their final standing as penalty for cap circumvention in signing Ilya Kovalchuk. The Devils will still be included in the lottery drawing with the same odds that would have normally been assigned to the club. In the event the Devils win the lottery, a re-draw will be conducted to select a different recipient of the first overall selection in the first round. The New York Islanders may not have a first-round pick, as they must surrender either their 2014 or 2015 first-round draft pick to the Buffalo Sabres as part of the trade that sent Thomas Vanek to New York. The Islanders decide which pick to surrender prior to the 2014 NHL Draft. Andreas Athanasiou Jersey . Milan was held to 1-1 at home by Torino. Cagliari scored six minutes from halftime when Mauricio Pinilla blasted home from the penalty spot after Facundo Roncaglia tripped Marco Sau. 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The game got off to a less-than-ideal start for the Jets as Oliver Ekman-Larsson found a wide open net from the slot and opened the scoring for the Coyotes a lead in the first period, but Olli Jokinen answered back just over half a minute later. TURIN, N.Y. -- Kevin Ward Jr.s friends, family and fellow racing enthusiasts overflowed a high school auditorium Thursday to grieve and share stories about the 20-year-old dirt-track racer whose car was hit by one driven by NASCAR champion Tony Stewart. With Ward lying in an open casket decorated with racing flags and piled with orange flowers, his familys team colours, mourners shed tears and laughed at favourite stories about the boy who began racing when he was barely more than a toddler. The 90-minute service was held at the South Lewis Senior High School auditorium to accommodate crowds of people from the close-knit central New York racing community. "Even if he had rough day, he always had a smile," a tearful Dylan Swiernick said of his best friend and car-obsessed buddy. "We were just two small-town boys trying to make it in the big world. He was always working on something. It was unbelievable how smart he was. He never got down on himself when things werent going his way." Ward, a 2012 South Lewis graduate, was buried in his nearby hometown of Port Leyden, 55 miles from Syracuse. "He was an amazing sprint car driver and had a family like no other," his cousin, Amanda Ward, said in a eulogy. "We used to tell him before every race, Drive it like you stole it. He never let us down." His sister, Kayla Herring, said the orange and white lapel ribbons worn by family and friends were to signify that the team colours would remain bright, even in the darkest times. There was barely a dry eye in the auditorium as a recording of the Dixie Chicks singing "Godspeed, little man, sweet dreams, little man," was played at the request of Wards mother.dddddddddddd After the service, as Wards casket was taken to the hearse for the short trip to the cemetery, mourners let loose helium balloons in orange, white and black. Ward died Saturday night at a track 140 miles away in Canandaigua, where Stewart was riding a day before the Sprint Cup race at Watkins Glen. The accident touched off debates as video of the crash circulated online, with fans questioning whether Stewart, known for his hot temper, tried to send his own message by buzzing Ward, or whether Ward recklessly stepped onto a dark track clad in black. Stewart was racing a day before the Sprint Cup event at Watkins Glen. After a bump from Stewart sent Wards winged car spinning into the wall, the young driver climbed out and walked onto the track in his black firesuit, gesturing angrily. Stewarts No. 14 car seemed to fishtail, and Ward was thrown through the air as his parents and fans watched in horror. No charges have been filed, but Ontario County Sheriffs deputies are still investigating. Ward grew up in a racing family and started racing go-carts at age 4. He moved on to sprint cars and was Empire Super Sprint racing rookie of the year in 2012. He was one of a small, tight group of drivers that travelled to various races around New York state, parts of Canada and Pennsylvania. Racing and working on cars in his fathers shop, Westward Painting Co. of Lyons Falls, were his "double love," Wards father told the Post-Standard of Syracuse this week. "His goal was ... the World of Outlaws," the top level for sprint cars, Ward said. 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