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Who do the Habs take in the 2019 draft?

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131 - Rhett Pitlick, a high school forward.

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Timmons must really trust his US high school scouts.

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Hilarious that nhl network have 100% ignored the habs all day.

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Also. I hate seeing these kids wearing 19. Should only be big bird who gets to wear that. 

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136 dealt to Florida for their 5th next year.

 

 

138 - G Frederik Nissen Dichow

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36 minutes ago, dlbalr said:

 

Based on the picks or the fact they're swapping down and/or out?  (They did a lot of these pick swaps last year so that part doesn't surprise me.)

 

Little bit of both. 

 

They traded down 14 spots out of the 2nd round to add a fourth 5th round pick, so they either have sleeper picks they believe in or were planning on flipping some late picks for 2020 picks. Turns out it's the latter, but they trade with teams who are likely going to finish better next year than the draft position you're giving up this year, so the Habs trade to pick worse this draft so they can trade to pick in a worse position next draft?

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I definitely see your point about trading down and next year's pick being worse. Maybe it's just a case of spreading out their multiple picks over a number of years. Their pipeline of prospects is pretty strong right now. 

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170 - Arsen Khisamutdinov - a 21-year-old forward.

 

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PIck # 170...spell that name!

Give him #46, AK46 2.0.

 

Big 21 year old centre eh. Good junior production and 5pts in 9 KHL games.

 

2018-19 9.png Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk KHL 9 2 3 5 0 -3                
  9.png Reaktor Nizhnekamsk MHL 41 26 29 55 99  4

 

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I wonder if they're going to try to bring him over right away or give him a full season in the KHL first.

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I want another chance on a 20 year old MHL forward in the 7th round

 

Mikhail Shalagin

 

 

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19 minutes ago, Commandant said:

I want another chance on a 20 year old MHL forward in the 7th round

 

Mikhail Shalagin

 

 

Tampa just took him.

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Montreal trades for pick 201, using their 7th next year.  They take Rafael Harvey-Pinard.  He's 20 and can turn pro next season.

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206th overall - Kieran Ruschienski - 6'6 d-man that played in Calgary midget hockey.

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14 minutes ago, dlbalr said:

206th overall - Kieran Ruschienski - 6'6 d-man that played in Calgary midget hockey.

 

NHL's draft tracker has him at 5'11", 173 lbs?

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I've updated the article on the main page with the picks - I'm going to take a bit of a break before I put the rest of the info in for the seventh rounders though.

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12 minutes ago, Trizzak said:

 

NHL's draft tracker has him at 5'11", 173 lbs?

Alberta Midget AAA d-man, but 6'6" 201lbs, some western canadian scout 'sleeper' i assume.

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18 minutes ago, Trizzak said:

 

I guess we'll see if Timmins clarifies in his press scrum. 

Like Fletch- 6'9" if include the hair.

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DIVERSITY!

 

Oldest in the draft 2019:

1. Arsen Khisamutdinov (21)

4. Rafael Harvey-Pinard (20)

 

Tallest in the draft 2019:

3. Kieran Ruscheinski (198 cm)

 

Shortest in the draft 2019:

1. Cole Caufield (170 cm)

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With LaCouvee re-signing with Laval, that basically put an end to Harvey getting another look with the Habs.  Marleau was a support player with Rouyn-Noranda but doesn't appear to be much of a prospect of consequence.

 

Edit: Other MTL invites:

 

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4 hours ago, Trizzak said:

 

Little bit of both. 

 

They traded down 14 spots out of the 2nd round to add a fourth 5th round pick, so they either have sleeper picks they believe in or were planning on flipping some late picks for 2020 picks. Turns out it's the latter, but they trade with teams who are likely going to finish better next year than the draft position you're giving up this year, so the Habs trade to pick worse this draft so they can trade to pick in a worse position next draft?

 

Seems like we prioritized picks next year when we're the host, even if the picks are lower.  And folks don't think politics plays a role when the Habs host a draft?

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18 minutes ago, Neech said:

 

Seems like we prioritized picks next year when we're the host, even if the picks are lower.  And folks don't think politics plays a role when the Habs host a draft?

When have four 5th round picks and limited # of contracts, it is simply smart to basically delay the picks a year instead of drafting all 12 kids this year. What does that have to do with politics?

(did same last year)

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