First holding the first pick of the National Hockey League draft, the Montreal Canadiens are counting on 13 other selections for this annual session.
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On Thursday evening, after the question burning on everyone's lips as to whether Shane Wright or Juraj Slafkovsky will be the lucky one, the CH must normally call a second player with the 26th choice in total.
Friday, during which rounds 2 to 7 will be in the spotlight, could see the Canadian select a dozen hopefuls, including eight during the second, third and fourth rounds (33rd, 62nd, 66th, 75th, 92nd, 98th, 127th and 128th).
Obviously, trades remain likely, either for players from another team or to come forward and draft a few rows earlier.
The Habs' harvest could end with a fifth-round pick (130th), a sixth-round pick (162nd) and two seventh-round picks (194th and 216th).