The Montreal Canadiens' and general manager Marc Bergevin have been rumoured to be looking to move up at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft.
While the Canadiens' do like to swap draft picks during the draft, those type of moves are usually reserved for the later rounds.
However the trade up scenario in the first round could very well be likely this year as it seems that Bergevin has taken a strong liking to one of the top prospects.
According to Marc-Antoine Godin of The Athletic, Bergevin took Cole Caufield out to dinner during the combine week.
Caufield is expected to go anywhere in the 7-12 range, however it's hard to predict as the draft is a complete wild card starting at the 3rd pick overall.
While some fans would be disappointed to see the Canadiens' draft Caufield because he's not a defenseman and an undersized winger, he's something the Canadiens need badly.
An incredible sniper with a beautiful finish.
Caufield scores at an incredible almost goal per game pace no matter where he's played.
While he might only stand 5'7" and weigh 163lbs, he's lean and strong and should continue to get stronger as he's committed to the NCAA next season.
Check out these incredible goal scoring numbers, would you like to see the Habs' draft the winger?