The New York Rangers will have the No. 9, No. 26 and No. 28 picks in the 2018 NHL Draft.
The No. 28 pick was set when the Tampa Bay Lightning lost to the Washington Capitals in the Eastern Conference Final on Wednesday. The Rangers acquired the pick from the Lightning as part of the trade that sent defenseman Ryan McDonagh and forward J.T. Miller to Tampa Bay on Feb. 26.
New York acquired the No. 26 pick from the Boston Bruins as part of the Rick Nash trade on Feb. 25.
The 2018 draft is at American Airlines Center in Dallas. The first round is June 22, and rounds 2-7 are June 23.
The first 15 selections were set by the NHL Draft Lottery, which was held April 28. The Buffalo Sabres won the lottery and have the No. 1 pick, followed by the Carolina Hurricanes and the Montreal Canadiens.
Picks 16-27 were set following the completion of the conference semifinals, based on inverse order of the NHL standings.
The Lightning, as the losing team in the conference finals with the fewest regular-season points, were assigned the 28th pick.
The St. Louis Blues have the 29th pick. They acquired the selection from the Winnipeg Jets, who lost to the Vegas Golden Knights in the Western Conference Final, as part of the trade for center Paul Stastny on Feb. 26.