The Canadiens opted for the top player who projects to be a centreman with their lottery pick.
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Montreal starts day two by selecting another Finn with their first second-round pick.
The Canadiens wasted little time making their third overall selection an official member of the organization.
Kotkaniemi will become a member of the Carolina Hurricanes on the one-year deal.
2018 NHL Draft
The Canadiens opted for a Russian defender with their second pick of the round.
The forward had his North American debut delayed due to injury and the season suspension.
With their third pick of the round the Habs have added another European forward.
Timrå coach Andersson took time off from his vacation to speak to EOTP
The Canadiens trade the final pick in the second round to add two lower down, giving themselves a chance to draft more prospects from the 2018 class.
Kicking off the third round, another centre, this time from the OHL.
After just two-and-a-half seasons at the Junior level, Hillis will be turning pro.
Going into the US High School system, the Canadiens grabbed their second defencemen of the day.
With their own fourth-round pick, Montreal has selected another OHL centre in Allan McShane.
Three of Montreal’s 2018 draftees will be free to re-enter the 2020 NHL Draft.
Montreal makes their second trade of the day, collecting two more picks in this draft.
The Canadiens have picked a forward in the fourth round.
The speedy forward will play for the University of Wisconsin next year.
The Panthers’ head coach shared his thoughts on the Habs’ 123rd overall pick.
The Canadiens chose the Prince Albert Raiders forward with their own fifth-round pick.
With their ninth selection, the Habs go west to select another playmaking forward in Cole Fonstad.
With their newly acquired pick, the Habs have drafted a centre from Quebec.
The Canadiens have made a trade to delay their fifth-round selection by a year.
Another trade late in the day nets an NCAA commit for Montreal.