2010 Montreal Canadiens Draft Review

June 26th, 2010 by Matt Eichel Leave a reply »
The 2010 draft crop may not be as deep as the Canadiens would like as they only picked five players in seven rounds.  But the Canadiens made their their move to take the No. 22 pick and got the man they wanted in Jarred Tinordi.

In all, the Canadiens draft year in 2010 included two defenseman and three forwards.

Did Montreal address all their needs?  Most importantly size, strength and speed in a package?

Here's an overview of the 2010 Canadiens draft class.


No. 22: Jarred Tinordi - Defense (6'6", 204 lbs)

With his towering size (at 6'4" according to hockeydb.com, but still growing) and leadership capabilities, Jarred Tinordi could be a future leader of the Canadiens franchise.

The son of former Minnesota North Star and Washington Capital Mark Tinordi, who had a long, 10-year career, including two trips to the Stanley Cup Finals, Tinordi seemed to impress the Canadiens scouting brass with his toughness and his skating ability for his size.

Rated as a better skater than his father, Tinordi's potential lies in his development at the college level, where he will be attendin ...

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