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Sports The Habs’ draft pick board for the 2018 NHL Draft

14:26  09 june  2018
14:26  09 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

The Habs’ options are wide open at the 2018 NHL Draft

  The Habs’ options are wide open at the 2018 NHL Draft The Habs’ options are wide open at the 2018 NHL DraftThe 2018 NHL Draft is a unique opportunity for the Montreal Canadiens. They hold the third overall pick, which by itself is a major chance to draft a talent that can help fix some of the issues facing the franchise. They also possess four second-round picks, including two in the first 10 picks of the second day of selections thanks to a trade that sent Dale Weise and Tomas Fleischmann to Chicago. The Habs still have their own pick in the third round, and then three picks in the fourth, making it nine total picks in the first four rounds.

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The Habs now know the slots for all 10 of the picks.

The final two positions for the 2018 NHL Draft were determined when the Stanley Cup Final came to an end, with the Washington Capitals’ championship putting them into the 31st and final position of each of the seven rounds.

The placement had an impact on the Montreal Canadiens, who acquired the second-round pick originally assigned to the Capitals in a trade of Lars Eller. The Dane’s goal that stood as the game-winner for his new team ensured that the Habs would have to wait until the final selection of the second phase of the draft to use that voucher to add a prospect to their organization.

Need at centre makes Canadiens a wild card in 2018 NHL Draft

  Need at centre makes Canadiens a wild card in 2018 NHL Draft The Montreal Canadiens could be the wild card of the 2018 NHL Draft given that they are in desperate need of centres. Could a draft day deal be on the cards? The post Need at centre makes Canadiens a wild card in 2018 NHL Draft appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.Here’s a scenario for you to chew on: The Buffalo Sabres take Swedish defenceman Rasmus Dahlin with the first-overall pick in the 2018 NHL Draft, the Carolina Hurricanes take Russian power forward Andrei Svechnikov with the second pick, and the Montreal Canadiens trade the third pick and one of their four second-round picks to the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for forward Max Domi and the fifth-overall pick.

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A deep draft and a boatload of picks could be the jump-start the Habs need. 2018 NHL Draft prospect profile: Jett Woo fell short of expectations despite his full skill set. Victor Mete’s rapid rise to the NHL .

The slots for the Canadiens’ 10 picks are now known.

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The Habs are slated to pick third in the first round thanks to a draft lottery win on April 28, and fourth with their picks in rounds two to five. There are five picks between 35 and 66, as the team has a chance to utilize months of scouting work to give their prospect pool a major injection of talent in the span of an hour on June 23.

You can see this table anytime, along with details of all the acquired selections as well as a history of draft picks dating back to 2005, and the players and prospects currently in the Canadiens system in our organizational depth chart.

Habs agree to terms with Domi on 2-year deal .
MONTREAL - Armed with a new two-year contract and prepared for a change of scenery, forward Max Domi said Saturday that he can't wait to get started with the Montreal Canadiens. The Habs acquired Domi from the Arizona Coyotes on Friday in exchange for fellow young forward Alex Galchenyuk. "I think everything happens for a reason," Domi said on a conference call. "Hopefully both of us can succeed in our new homes." Domi, 23, was Arizona's first-round The Habs acquired Domi from the Arizona Coyotes on Friday in exchange for fellow young forward Alex Galchenyuk.

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