Welcome to HabsWorld Draft Central 2018, your one-stop source for all things draft-related. Our coverage over the past several weeks included a breakdown of their depth at each position, draft profiles, and more.
The first round of this year’s draft takes place on Friday starting at 7:00 PM EST while rounds two through seven will be on Saturday beginning at 11:00 AM EST. Sportsnet, TVA Sports, and NBCSN have coverage of Round 1 while Sportsnet will also televise Day 2.
Draft Options Series:
Assessing the Depth Series:
More HW Draft Coverage:
|2||38||Alexander Romanov||RUS||5’11||185||RUS Jr.||CSKA 2||D|
|3||71||Jordan Harris||USA||5’10||179||USHS||Kimball Union||D|
|4||123||Jack Gorniak||USA||5’10||181||USHS||West Salem||LW|
|5||128||Cole Fonstad||CAN||5’10||159||WHL||Prince Albert||C|
– Acquired the 38th pick from Chicago as part of the Phillip Danault/Dale Weise trade in 2016.
– Acquired the 56th pick from Toronto as part of the Tomas Plekanec trade.
– Acquired the 62nd pick from Washington as part of the Lars Eller trade in 2016.
– Traded the 62nd pick to Edmonton for the 71st and 133rd picks.
– Acquired the 97th pick from Los Angeles for Torrey Mitchell. It had previously been dealt in 2017 for Dwight King.
– Acquired the 102nd pick from Edmonton for Al Montoya.
– Traded the 102nd pick to San Jose for the 123rd and 139th picks.
– Acquired the 122nd pick from Winnipeg for Joe Morrow.
– Traded the 122nd pick to Calgary for a 2019 fourth round pick.
– Traded the 139th pick to Chicago for a 2019 fifth round pick.
– Traded the 159th pick to Detroit for Steve Ott in 2017.
– Traded the 190th pick to Philadelphia for their 2017 seventh round pick (Cayden Primeau).
– Acquired the 190th pick from Philadelphia for Montreal’s 2019 seventh round pick.