Make sure to tune in tonight at 8 p.m. for the NHL's Draft Drawing Show, which will be televised from Toronto on TSN.

After finishing in 26th place, the Islanders have only an 8.1% chance of nabbing the first overall pick. So while the likelihood is slim, let's not forget it has happened before for the Islanders. In 2000, the Islanders went from fifth to first before eventually selecting goaltender Rick DiPietro first overall.

This also happened in 2007, when the Blackhawks leapfrogged four other teams to select Patrick Kane.

I've been told that the Isles' good luck charm from last year, Kenny Morrow, will again be representing the organization at the show.

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