Although no one officially keeps track of these sort of these things, it is thought that the NHL zipped through the second day of its draft on Saturday in record time.
It only took about 2 1/2 hours to get through six rounds at the Consol Center, as teams sent up pick after pick in rapid procession. The day would have gone by even a little faster had it not been for the Panthers.
Florida, which ended up taking four players on the second day, had to ask for more time during a selection. The Panthers called a timeout — drawing boos from the crowd and wise cracks from the media on Twitter — during the fourth round.