The Montreal Canadiens are currently preparing for the NHL Draft which starts on June 21st in Vancouver.
Montreal currently holds the #15th overall pick in the draft and there's been plenty of speculation on who the Canadiens' could draft.
Things picked up at the NHL Draft Combine when general manager Marc Bergevin took prospect Cole Caufield out to dinner.
Caufield would be an ideal pick as he's developing into an elite scorer and registered 72 goals last year with the US Development Program, however the hype is growing around him and he probably won't last until #15.
The Athletic's prospect analysis, Corey Pronman, put together his first mock draft of the summer and has Caufield going to the Vancouver Canucks at #10.
At #15, Pronman has the Canadiens drafting defenseman Cam York from the US Development Program.
Here's what Pronman had to say on York and the Canadiens:
"It’s been mildly expected all season that Montreal would be interested in adding a true top defense prospect if the player fit on talent. I’ve heard the Habs rumored on Ville Heinola and Victor Soderstrom for example. York had an awesome season and end to his season, and would instantly provide high-end puck-moving ability to their organization."