We still don't know when the 2020-21 NHL season will begin, but we've got a pretty good idea of what the Montreal Canadiens' roster will look like.
General manager Marc Bergevin brought in some pretty significant names which includes Tyler Toffoli, Josh Anderson, Joel Edmundson and Jake Allen.
Add to the mix Alexander Romanov and the Canadiens will have pretty solid roster turnover with lots of upside.
Habs' insider Dany Dube revealed the forward lines that will most likely be used to start next season.
According to Dube, we might see Nick Suzuki enjoy Bergevin's offseason the most with both Tyler Toffoli and Josh Anderson on his wings.
Toffoli mostly plays right wing but is a flexible player who can also play on the left.
The second line would feature the solid and reliable trio of Tomas Tatar, Phillip Danault and Brendan Gallagher while Jesperi Kotkaniemi would center a line with Jonathan Drouin and Joel Armia.
Youngster Jake Evans will likely win the fourth line center role and get Artturi Lehkonen and Paul Byron on his wings for a very speedy, defensively responsible line with some offensive upside.
What do you think of these lines?
Toffoli - Suzuki - Anderson
Tatar - Danault - Gallagher
Drouin - Kotkaniemi - Armia
Lehkonen - Evans - Byron