In recent years, the Montreal Canadiens have made several interesting draft picks.
If the organization had a very slow period from 2010 to 2016, the outcome is very different.
to choose Cole Cofield Fifteenth overall in the 2019 draft is definitely the best shot. During this same old style, Tricolore also turned his choice around Raphael Harvey Benard In the seventh round, ranked 201st.
Then you have that too Cayden Gohle It ranked 16th in 2020 which is excellent.
In 2018, Montreal was also hit hard Alexander Romanov In the 38th place and Jordan Harris In the 71st place.
Today I present to you the Canadian’s top 5 draft picks since 2020.
We are talking about promising young players who will definitely be picked higher if we can remake their year.
* Only players who have never played an NHL regular season game.
5. Jacob Dobbs – 2020 / Round 5 – 136th overall
He is certainly the one that interests me the most among the young Habs goalkeepers.
4. Logan Mallux – 2020 / First round – 31st overall
Logan Mailow is so talented and I can’t wait to see him make it to the NHL. This young man has everything it takes to succeed.
3. Owen Beck – 2022 / Round 2 – 33rd overall
A versatile player who could prove important to the Canadian in the years to come.
2. Joshua Roy – 2021 / Round 5 – 150 overall
It’s a slam dunk from the Hab to get their hands on Joshua Roy so far. He is an amazing puck player with great game vision.
1. Lyn Hutson – 2022 / Second round – 62 Overall
Do we really need to introduce it to you? Len Hutson is amazing in so many aspects of his game, he can blow your mind pretty soon!
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