At every draft, we’re treated to some great moments in the reactions of the families of drafted prospects.
Well, this year could see another such moment involving a member of the CH organization, as head coach Martin St-Louis’ son is expected to be drafted.
However, we’ll have to wait longer than we did for Jack Hughes to see Ryan St-Louis potentially selected and congratulated by Martin St-Louis.
Ryan St-Louis should hear his name called in the sixth or seventh round, according to the Drette Su’l Tape podcast.
Martin St-Louis’ eldest son, Ryan, is currently dominating the USHL https://t.co/N3TbnMQymD
– MSN Québec (@MSN_Quebec) October 29, 2022
In short, we hope Marty’s son is drafted this year, even if in the end, it doesn’t change much when you look at the incredible career of the never-drafted Martin St-Louis.
– What’s hilarious is that
What’s hilarious is that literally no one knows what the Canadiens are doing. There have been legitimate media reports of them:
-Not considering Michkov
-Putting up a smoke screen re: Michkov
– Jared Book (@jaredbook) June 19, 2023
– Happy Birthday to you!
Happy Birthday to you, PLD!
Join us in wishing Pierre-Luc Dubois a very happy birthday today 🎉 pic.twitter.com/wngDiHWr7T
– Winnipeg Jets (@NHLJets) June 24, 2023
– It smells like a fire sale from the Calgary Flames.
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– Michael Russo (@RussoHockey) June 24, 2023
– CF Montreal in action today, Charlotte side.
7:30pm →Game day in Charlotte 👊
Ready for a road matchup against @CharlotteFC.
– CF Montréal (@cfmontreal) June 24, 2023
– Read more.
The Montreal Canadiens should consider moving up at the 2023 Draft.
However, given the discrepancy in draft rankings, there’s also an opportunity for the #GoHabsGo to move down and still leave the 2023 Draft with an elite player.
– Marc Dumont (@MarcPDumont) June 24, 2023
– To be continued.