Montreal Canadiens 2019 Draft Class: Habs Select Their Sniper of the Future At 15

Cole Caufield was the Canadiens' first-round draft pick, but they also found some hidden gems in the later rounds.
2019 NHL Draft - Portraits
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It's officially draft month! For June, we will look back at some of the draft classes to see how the Habs front offices of the past did with their selections. It's too early to examine some of Kent Hughes' first few draft classes. The 2019 class will be the subject of our third look at the history.

The Vancouver Canucks hosted the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, with the Canucks having the tenth overall pick and selecting Vasily Podkolzin. The New Jersey Devils won the draft lottery, getting the opportunity to take Jack Hughes with their first overall pick. Kappo Kakko went number two to the New York Rangers, and current Montreal Canadien Kirby Dach went third overall to the Blackhawks. However, the Montreal Canadiens selected a stud of their own at 15th overall.

Let's take a look at the Montreal Canadiens 2019 draft class.