Montreal Canadiens 2013 Draft Class: Sneaky Good Class Highlighted by Artturi Lehkonen

Artturi Lehkonen, Sven Andrighetto, and Jacob De La Rose have all been valuable NHLers.
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Sven Andrighetto
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Round 3

71st Overall - Connor Crisp

Crisp's career ended after the 2017-18 season with the Toledo Walleye. Crisp played in the AHL for three seasons, playing in 63 games with four goals and three assists.

86th Overall - Sven Andrighetto

Andrighetto joined the Hamilton Bulldogs for the 2013-14 season, scoring 44 points in 64 games. He made his NHL debut the following season, registering a point in his first three career games. Andrighetto's best stretch was at the end of the 2015-16 season, tallying 17 points in 40 games.

He played at a point-per-game pace in St. John's the following season, but the Canadiens traded him to the Colorado Avalanche for Andreas Martinsen. Andrighetto played the next two seasons with the Avalanche but went to the KHL for the 2019-20 season. He now plays with the Zurich Lions in the Swiss National League.