After an overwhelmingly successful regular season that saw the Montreal Canadiens capture the Northeast Division crown just one year after finishing 2011-12 as one of the league's worst teams, it's time for Marc Bergevin to add to his already impressive collection of young talent.
With a franchise goaltender in Carey Price, a Norris Trophy winner in PK Subban and a handful of promising young forwards such as All-Rookie Team selection Brendan Gallagher, the cupboards are far from bare in Montreal.
A year ago, the Canadiens struck gold with the No. 3 overall selection in Alex Galchenyuk, who would go on to lead the United States to a World Junior Championship title and finish tied for fifth among all rookies with 27 points.
At this year's edition of the draft, the Habs won't be on the clock until the 25th pick of Round 1, but with what is believed to be a very deep pool of prospects, there will still be some blue-chippers available when the Canadiens are called to the podium.
Check back here for updates once the draft begins, complete with pick-by-pick analysis for every newly minted Canadiens prospect.