Montreal Canadiens 2020 Draft Class: Kaiden Guhle and Luke Tuch Headline Strong Group

The 2020 Draft Class could eventually see three full-time players in the NHL for the Canadiens if Luke Tuch and Sean Farrell make the jump.
First rounder Kaiden Guhle
First rounder Kaiden Guhle / Minas Panagiotakis/GettyImages
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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 2020 class will be the subject of our second look at the history.

The 2020 NHL Entry Draft was memorable for the Canadiens as they hosted the event. The draft moved to October 6th because of the COVID-19 pandemic, which made the Habs fans wait to see who they'd take with the 16th overall pick. Quebec native Alexis Lafreniere went first overall to the New York Rangers.

Let's take a look at the Montreal Canadiens 2020 draft class.