Welcome to HabsWorld Draft Central 2019, 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 8:00 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:
|1||15||Cole Caufield||USA||5’7||163||NTDP||USA U-18||RW|
|2||46||Jayden Struble||USA||6’0||205||USHS||St. Sebastians||D|
|3||64||Mattias Norlinder||SWE||6’0||187||SWE Jr.||MODO Jr.||D|
|5||126||Jacob LeGuerrier||CAN||6’1||200||OHL||Sault Ste. Marie||D|
|5||138||Frederik Nissen Dichow||DEN||6’5||191||Denmark 2||Vojens||G|
– Acquired the 50th pick from Vegas as part of the Max Pacioretty trade.
– Traded the 50th pick to Los Angeles for picks 64 and 126.
– Traded the 108th pick to San Jose for their 2020 fourth-round pick.
– Acquired the 131st pick from Edmonton in exchange for Hayden Hawkey.
– Acquired the 136th pick from Chicago for the 139th pick in 2018.
– Traded the 136th pick to Florida for their 2020 fourth-round pick.
– Acquired the 138th pick from Los Angeles as part of the Nate Thompson trade.
– Traded the 139th pick to Vegas for David Schlemko back in 2017.
– Traded the 201st pick to Philadelphia for the 190th pick in 2018 (Brett Stapley)
– Reacquired the 201st pick from Philadelphia for Montreal’s 2020 seventh-round pick.
– Acquired the 206th pick from Winnipeg as part of the Joel Armia trade.