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A drawing to determine the draft order for the 2011 NHL draft will take place Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.
Only teams that did not qualify for the postseason will be involved in the drawing, unless a playoff team acquired the first-round pick from a non-playoff team.
NHL rules dictate that a team cannot move up more than four positions in the draft order, so only the five teams with the lowest regular-season point total are eligible to receive the first overall pick.
Percentage chance of a team being selected in the draft drawing:
Edmonton - 25.0 percent
Colorado - 18.8 percent
Florida - 14.2 percent
NY Islanders - 10.7 percent
Ottawa - 8.1 percent
Atlanta - 6.2 percent
Columbus - 4.7 percent
New Jersey - 3.6 percent
Boston (from TOR) - 2.7 percent
Minnesota - 2.1 percent
Colorado (conditional/optional from STL) - 1.5 percent
Carolina - 1.1 percent
Calgary - 0.8 percent
Dallas - 0.5 percent
The draft will take place at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn., June 24-25.