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Habs Player Profiles

A look at players on the current Canadiens roster

Getting to know first overall pick Juraj Slafkovsky

With the first pick in the NHL entry draft, the Montreal Canadiens opted for the big Slovak winger.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #1 Nick Suzuki

For the second year in a row, Suzuki claims the throne.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #2 Cole Caufield

After an exhilarating professional debut, Caufield continues his rise.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #3 Alexander Romanov

The Russian defenceman played nearly the full season in his rookie year, but we know he has a lot more to offer.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #4 Mattias Norlinder

The defenceman has no peer in the organization on the offensive side, but what about his defence?

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #5 Kaiden Guhle

The 2020 first-round pick rockets up the rankings.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #6 Ryan Poehling

After a rough rookie year, Poehling bounced back to move himself back up the rankings.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #7 Cayden Primeau

A tough year in the AHL sees Primeau drop in the rankings for the first time.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #8 Jesse Ylönen

Ylönen’s top-end tools are now being put to the test.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #9 Jordan Harris

After another solid year, Harris makes his first appearance inside the top 10.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #10 Sean Farrell

The diminutive playmaker rockets up our list after an incredible season in the USHL.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #11 Jayden Struble

The NCAA defender gains some ground in this year’s rankings.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #12 Jan Myšák

Some strong play as an 18-year-old in some big situations moves the Czech forward up the ranks.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #13 Josh Brook

A second professional season brought improvement for Josh Brook, but little ground gained on our list.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #14 Luke Tuch

The 2020 second-round pick rises up the rankings after a solid NCAA debut.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #15 Logan Mailloux

The most controversial pick of the 2021 Draft has a lot of development ahead of him, but plenty of talent to work with.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #16 Oliver Kapanen

The final selection of the 2021 NHL Draft’s second round makes his appearance at #16.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #17 Riley Kidney

Despite being selected late in round two of the draft, Kidney debuts inside the top 20 in his first year.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #18 Rafaël Harvey-Pinard

Another potential seventh-round steal checks in on our countdown.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #19 Joël Teasdale

Even through a year marred by injuries, Teasdale was able to show flashes of his potential.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #20 Michael McNiven

In a strange year, McNiven showed many what he’s capable of.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #21 Gianni Fairbrother

The 2019 third-round pick breaks into the Top 25 for the first time.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #22 Joshua Roy

The fifth-round pick makes his T25U25 debut in the top 25.

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #23 Brett Stapley

Can we expect a bounce back from Stapley in his senior year with the Pioneers?

2021 Canadiens Top 25 Under 25: #24 Cam Hillis

A first season in the AHL showed how far Hillis still has to go.

Analysis: What Logan Mailloux brings to the prospect pool

The highly controversial first-round pick has a high ceiling on his hockey career, but a glass floor as well.

Getting to know Canadiens #214 pick Joe Vrbetic

The goaltender’s selection is all about projection after a lost season.

Getting to know Canadiens #191 pick Xavier Simoneau

The Canadiens are hoping lightning strikes twice.

Getting to know Canadiens #150 pick Joshua Roy

A shifty center from the QMJHL will be joining the Canadiens organization.

Getting to know Canadiens #142 pick Daniil Sobolev

The Russian defenceman may just be a diamond in the rough.

Getting to know Canadiens #113 pick William Trudeau

Trudeau has plenty of the skills of a two-way defender, but lacks the skating to tie those elements together.

Getting to know Canadiens #87 selection Dmitri Kostenko

The Habs went back to the well of Russian defencemen with their fourth pick of the draft.