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Spotlight the potential homemade talents on the Canadiens draft radar

A prospect who can get the hub's attention when making a second pick in the first round on Thursday or the second round on Friday.

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Pat Hickey • Montreal Gazette
Maveric Lamoureux, left, of the Drummondville Voltigeurs fights for possession against Reid Schaefer of the Seattle Thunderbirds during the 2022 Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects game in Kitchener, Ont., on Wednesday, March 23, 2022.
Maveric Lamoureux on the left of Drummondville Voltigeurs vie for ownership 2022 3 Play against Seattle Thunderbirds lead Schaefer during the 2022 Kubota CHL / NHL Top Prospect Game in Kitchener, Ontario, Wednesday, March 23.Photo: Geoff Robins/Canadian Press

Canadians are happy with Premier Francois Legor this week I have a chance to.

Superfans were so angry with the lack of talent based in Quebec in NHL, especially Montreal, that the state hockey panel consisted of 15 members. I asked you to investigate the condition. ..

It will take years to see if the group recommendations bear fruit, but the Canadians will make a second pick on Thursday's first round (26 days overall). When, or they will hold a second round on Friday, they will have their 33rd round of selection.

Drafting Quebec's talent has not been a priority for Canadians since the last draft at Bell Center in 2009. ..

In the 12 years since then, the Canadiens have drafted only nine Quebec players, with no higher draft than the fourth round. The only players in the group to reach the NHL are Charles Hudon in the fifth round of 2012, who played 125 games against the Canadiens, and Rafael, the seventh round pick in 2019, who played four games last season. It was Harvey Pinar.

This time around, there are many Quebec players who are expected to be in the 25-35 range and will meet the future needs of the Canadiens.

Nathan Gaucher: The words most often used to describe Gaucher are credible, so Patrick Roy, head coach of Quebec Ren Parts, is everywhere. I used a 6'3, 207 lb center in the situation. Gauche isn't a flashy scorer, but he uses his size to control the pack and provide a net presence in power play.

Tristan Luneau:There are many promising young defenses in the Canadians, most of them left-handed shots. Luneau and his fellow prospects Maveric Lamoureux and Noah Warren play on the right and offer some size. Renault, the first comprehensive pick in the 2020 QMJHL draft by the Gatineau Olympics, is 6 feet 2 and £ 190. He has a high hockey IQ and the skating skills expected of someone whose mother is a skate coach. He underwent mild knee surgery after being nominated for QMJHL's Top Rookie Defense in 2020-21, but has fully recovered.

Maveric Lamoureux: Drummondville Voltigeur is a project, but strong with his size (6ft-7 lbs and 200 lbs) and physical play There is a good foundation. He can win the battle along the board by separating his opponent from the puck and his strength and reaching. His skates are described as "surprised at his size" and he makes a good first pass. He needs to work on gap control and learn to be more aggressive.

Noah Warren:Montreal is another physical entity of 6 feet-5 pounds and 214 pounds. His share price rose after a strong performance in the CHL Top Prospect Game, which brought jarring hits to Shane Wright and Matthew Savoie. He has a balanced game that features consistency and wise decisions.

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