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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Round 5

Jakub Dobes, Skyler Brind'amour
Jakub Dobes with Ohio State / Richard T Gagnon/GettyImages

136th Overall - Jakub Dobes

Dobes starred with Ohio State in 2021-22, winning the Big Ten's Best Goaltender, First All-Star Team, Rookie of the Year, and All-Rookie Team. He was an honorable mention in 2022-23 for the All-Star Team, but he still needed to prove himself professionally. Dobes did that this season in Laval, posting a .906 save percentage and a 2.93 goals-against average. He is a player to monitor, but the Habs have some goaltending depth in the system, and it will become even more crowded when Jacob Fowler turns pro.

Round 6

171st Overall - Alexander Gordin

Gordin is still unsigned, spending last season with Vyadin in the VHL. He performed well, scoring 40 points in 53 games. He played 20 games in the KHL with Sochi and one game with SKA St. Petersburg over his last three seasons, recording just three points.