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Canadiens win NHL draft lottery; Devils move up to No. 2

The Montreal Canadiens are not only hosting the NHL draft in July, they’ll have a chance to be the headliners after winning the draft lottery on Tuesday night. The Canadiens retain the right to the No. 1 pick, a bright spot after a turbulent season in which they changed coaches, overhauled their front-office, finished last in the overall standings and most recently mourned the death of former star Guy Lafleur. “I can only imagine the buildup of anticipation, excitement and interest in the Montreal Canadiens,” general manager Kent Hughes said of the city and fanbase that essentially lives and breathes ‘Bleu Blanc et Rouge’ year-round.

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