Montreal Canadiens 2014 Draft Class: Jake Evans Becomes A Late-Round Gem

The Canadiens had some swings and misses in the 2014 Draft Class, but their final swing was a walk-off.
Montreal Canadiens v Ottawa Senators
Montreal Canadiens v Ottawa Senators / Chris Tanouye/Freestyle Photo/GettyImages
facebooktwitterreddit
Prev
3 of 4
Next
Andrew Campbell, Daniel Audette
Daniel Audette with the St. Johns Ice Caps / Graig Abel/GettyImages

Round 5

125th Overall - Nikolas Koberstein

Koberstein didn't sign with the Canadiens after his college career ended. He went to the USHL for a season post-draft, then played four with Alaska-Fairbanks in the NCAA. Koberstein played nine games in the ECHL at the end of his senior season, and the following season a 22-game stint in HockeyEttan in Sweden.

147th Overall - Daniel Audette

Audette had a lot of promise to be a late-blooming player after his draft year, but it never really worked out for the son of Donald Audette. He spent four seasons in the Montreal Canadiens farm system, then played a year in Springfield. He then went on a tour of Europe, playing in Liiga, the KHL, the SHL, and now found a home in the National League in Switzerland. He will play with Kloten in 2024-25.