Top NHL Draft Prospects Show Interest in Playing with Cole Caufield in Montreal

The NHL Draft is fast approaching. Canadians still need to figure out who their fifth-round pick will be. For the moment, certain hopes can be put forward at the combine of the NHL.

TVA Sports reporter Anthony Martineau is at the event and met with several top draft prospects. According to the information he gathered, Montreal is an attractive destination for many of these young players.

In fact, the destination is interesting for many because they want to play with Cole Caufield. At the same time, any game maker would dream of playing with Caufield, who can complement any game.

One of CH’s most likely fifth-tier targets, Will Smith, has also said he’d love to play with Cole Caufield. We hope to see them play together in the next few years.

Will Smith recently broke Caufield’s mark at the World Under-18 Championship by scoring 20 points in a single tournament. Caufield had scored 18.

Smith is an American, as is Caufield, but he would join other great American players in the Habs organization like Jordan Harris and Sean Farrell. Lane Hutson is also an American and could also join the formation of the CH in the coming years.

Another player also seems really interested in Cole Caufield. This is Andrew Cristall.

He is not expected to come out in the top 10 of the draft, but should be selected before the Panthers’ 31st or 32nd pick. It would be very surprising to see him land in Montreal, but if Kent Hughes really wants him, he will find a way to get him.

As for the goalie position, Martineau seems to have found a prospect who is confident he can make his way to the NHL. The Czech, Michael Hrabal, thinks he can succeed Carey Price.

It was a huge task to accomplish, but if he impresses Kent Hughes before the draft, he could have his chance in the future. Hrabal will play with the University of Massachusetts in the NCAA next year.

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