Behind the CH – Episode 6: Sergachev, Bitten, Lehkonen, Carr & More

Mikhail Sergachev was selected ninth overall in round one of the 2016 NHL Draft on June 24, 2016 in Buffalo, New York. (Photo: Bruce Bennett, Getty Images)

Mikhail Sergachev was selected ninth overall in round one of the 2016 NHL Draft on June 24, 2016 in Buffalo, New York. (Photo: Bruce Bennett, Getty Images)

Leading up to the NHL Entry Draft, Montreal Canadiens Owner, President and Chief Executive Officer Geoff Molson took to Twitter to ask fans what they were thinking as we entered the big week. He never never does that. A huge P.K. Subban storm happened, followed by Lars Eller being dealt to the Capitals and Andrew Shaw brought in from the Blackhawks before the first selection being made. Maybe Geoff knew something.

In this edition of Behind the CH, host Sean Icon (filling in for Luca LaPorta) and prospect guru Mitch Brown discuss each individual player drafted by the Canadiens at the NHL Draft this past weekend in Buffalo, the two trades that landed Eller and Shaw and the RFA deadline that is at 5pm ET Monday. Furthermore, Brown talks about the big years that Artturi Lehkonen, Michael McCarron and Jake Evans had this past season as well as Daniel Carr, Sven Andrighetto, Darren Dietz and Charles Hudon at the NHL level.

Listen to the latest Behind the CH episode here:

 

Click here to read extended profiles on Mikhail Sergachev, Will Bitten, Victor Mete, Casey Staum, Michael Pezzetta and Arvid Henrikson.

 

BehindthechBehind the CH Episode 6 Contributors:
Follow Sean Icon – @HabsIcon
Follow Mitch Brown – @MitchLBrown 

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One Response to Behind the CH – Episode 6: Sergachev, Bitten, Lehkonen, Carr & More

  1. Hope they all fit in next season

    Mike Crossman June 27, 2016 at 8:44 pm Reply

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