Found June 28, 2013 on The Hockey Guys:
  By James Stephan (@J_Habs) June 30th couldn’t come sooner for the Montreal Canadiens scouting staff; between the thousands of hours traveling, hundreds of fast food receipts, and countless hotel stops it all comes down to one day, a day which Trevor Timmins and Marc Bergevin can’t wait to sink their teeth into. In collaboration with Future Considerations prospect guru Christian Roatis we have put together a list of players the Montreal Canadiens could select; in a draft overflowing with talent, skill and character the Canadiens could very well hit a home run with their first round pick. Here are ten picks by Christian and myself that could be potential choices for the Montreal Canadiens who currently hold the 25th overall pick. Christian’s First Pick 1.   Curtis Lazar Position: C League: WHL Team: Edmonton Oil Kings Stats: 72 GP – 38 G – 23 A – 61 PTS – 47 PIM Ht/Wt: 6 foot / 200 pounds  Why: A big and strong center, Lazar would complement the Canadiens “middle 6″ perfectly in a c...
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