A year after losing out on the No. 1 pick, the Florida Panthers flipped the script. Florida won the 2014 NHL Draft Lottery on Tuesday night, edging out Buffalo for top spot despite the Sabres holding superior odds for the first overall pick. Last year, the Panthers were on the other end of this scenario — they lost out on the first pick to Colorado, who jumped up from No. 2 and selected this year’s likely Calder Trophy winner, Nathan MacKinnon. Travis Viola, the Panthers’ VP of Hockey Operations, was on hand for the decision. When put on the spot by TSN’s James Duthie as to who the club might select, Viola declined comment. This will mark the second time in Panthers history that they’ve selected first overall. In 1994, the club took Ed Jovanovski with the No. 1 pick — Jovanovski, now 37, is the club’s current captain. As for the remainder of the picks, here is the draft order and lottery result in full: 1st: Florida Panthers (moved up one spot) 2nd: Buffalo Sabres (moved down one spot) 3rd: Edmonton Oilers (retained) 4th: Calgary Flames (retained) 5th: New York Islanders (retained) 6th: Vancouver (retained) 7th: Carolina (retained) 8th: Toronto (retained) 9th: Winnipeg (retained) 10th: Anaheim (retained) 11th: Nashville (retained) 12th: Phoenix Coyotes (retained) 13th: Washington Capitals (retained)