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As part of TSNs countdown to the 2012 NHL Draft, TSN. Philip Rivers Jersey .ca is providing reports
for all seven Canadian teams going into the big event on June 22. Our coverage
begins with the Montreal Canadiens. General Manager: Marc Bergevin Top Draft
Position: No. 3 Overall Recent First Round Picks: D Nathan Beaulieu, (2011), D
Jarred Tinordi (2010), C Louis Leblanc (2009), F Max Pacioretty, D Ryan McDonagh
(2007), D David Fischer (2006), G Carey Price (2005). Overview: General manager
Marc Bergevin takes the helm in Montreal with a good crop of prospects to start
with and the pool will only get deeper with the addition of the third overall
pick. Director of Player Procurement Trevor Timmins has hit home runs with
Carey Price (fifth overall in 2005) and Max Pacioretty (22nd overall in 2007),
but his scouting staff has really shone bright after the first round – taking
players like PK Subban, Yannick Weber and Ryan White. Other mid-to-late round
picks include Mikhail Grabovski, Mark Streit, Max Lapierre and Jaroslav Halak.
Though new assistant general manager Rick Dudley will not be helping out the
Canadiens next week (as part of his defection from the Toronto Maple Leafs),
having him for future drafts will certainly strenghten their work at the draft
table. Short Term Needs: The Canadiens need offensive help up front. They were a
one-line team last year (with Pacioretty, David Desharnais and Erik Cole) so
they need to select and develop Top 6 forwards. Aside from Nail Yakupov, there
dont appear to be too many forwards who could crack an NHL lineup right away, so
whoever the Canadiens might pick at third overall will probably need time to
earn a spot. Long Term Needs: Because the Canadiens have some promising
prospects on defence (Jarred Tinordi and Nathan Beaulieu) and at forward
(Brendan Gallagher and Michael Bournival) who may be a year or so away from
making the club, building organizational depth as opposed to stocking the
shelves in a particular area is probably a big picture view of Montreals
direction in the long term. From Scott Cullens Offseason Game Plan: Last years
first-round pick, Nathan Beaulieu is an offensive defenceman who has good size
and scored nearly a point-per-game for a powerhouse Saint John team. Some time
in the AHL would be the prudent approach, but it will be interesting to see if
he can force the Habs hand by showing them hes ready. Jarred Tinordis first OHL
season didnt go as planned, but he was much better in 2011-2012, re-establishing
his place in the prospect pecking order. Hes huge and should be a fixture on the
Canadiens blueline for years. As he matures, hell be groomed for a shutdown
role. A fifth-round pick in 2010, Brendan Gallagher impressed in last years camp
and while hes on the small side, hes put up three straight years with at least
40 goals in the WHL and has some feistiness to his game that should allow him to
survive at the next level. Maybe he sneaks into a spot next season, but a more
likely scenario is that he starts in the AHL, where he can get used to the pro
game and score some before getting his chance with the Canadiens. Drafted in the
second round in 2008, Danny Kristo is returning to North Dakota for his senior
season but, after scoring 45 points in 42 games as a junior, he remains an
intriguing prospect. Acquired from Colorado in the Ryan OByrne deal,
Michael Bournival is a good skater with some offensive ability, but may not be a
scorer in the NHL. Even so, with a couple of years to develop, he might be a
reliable top nine forward. Patrick Holland was added from Calgary in the
Michael Cammalleri deal and while his goal-scoring didnt go up much in his third
junior season, his assist total exploded as he skated alongside
Brendan Shinnimin and Adam Hughesman on a very prolific line for Tri-City. That
inflated point total may create unreasonable expectations for Holland, but his
steady improvement throughout his career does make him worth watching over the
next couple years. While others ahead of him on the list are younger with more
variance in their projection, 24-year-old Andreas Engqvist isnt far from the NHL
now. He doesnt figure to be a scorer, but at 6-foot-4, can be an effective
checking centre. Morgan Ellis has developed quite a bit in four years of major
junior hockey, so hes ready for his next test in the AHL. Hes a safe defensive
defenceman, with some offensive ability that has improved as hes matured. A
fifth-round pick last summer, Darren Dietz is a physical defenceman who can
contribute some offensively. He may be hard-pressed to reach the NHL, but
another year in the Western Hockey League may tell a better tale about where is
future potential lies after junior. A 6-foot-4 winger who scored nearly a point
per game in Hockey East competition, Steve Quailer may still return to
Northeastern for his senior season, but as a forward prospect with size, he
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