Shea Weber Is BETTER THAN Quinn Hughes Today? Vancouver Canucks / Montreal Canadiens News & Rumours

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A recent fan poll done by Vancouver Sports Fan David Lewis showed off that a vast majority of Quebecers think that Montreal Canadiens Captain Shea Weber is a better defenceman today than Vancouver Canucks rookie sensation Quinn Hughes. Today, let's discuss that claim, in the ultimate clash between Canucks and Habs fandom.

David's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCefYO2-Z6_oessgK0vxZO2w/videos

Quinn Hughes was one of the top NHL prospects at the 2018 NHL Entry Draft.

The 2019 NHL Entry Draft saw many top NHL prospects get selected by a variety of teams. The first round of the draft went as follows:

1st - New Jersey Devils, Jack Hughes
2nd - New York Rangers, Kaapo Kakko
3rd - Chicago Blackhawks, Kirby Dach
4th - Colorado Avalanche (from Ottawa Senators), Bowen Byram
5th - Los Angeles Kings, Alex Turcotte
6th - Detroit Red Wings, Moritz Seider
7th - Buffalo Sabres, Dylan Cozens
8th - Edmonton Oilers, Philip Broberg
9th - Anaheim Ducks, Trevor Zegras
10th - Vancouver Canucks, Vasili Podkolzin
11th - Arizona Coyotes (from Philadelphia Flyers), Victor Soderstrom
12th - Minnesota Wild, Matthew Boldy
13th - Florida Panthers, Spencer Knight
14th - Philadelphia Flyers (from Arizona Coyotes), Cam York
15th - Montreal Canadiens, Cole Caufield
16th - Colorado Avalanche, Alex Newhook
17th - Vegas Golden Knights, Peyton Krebs
18th - Dallas Stars, Thomas Harley
19th - Ottawa Senators (from Columbus Blue Jackets), Lassi Thomson
20th - Winnipeg Jets (from Winnipeg via New York Rangers), Ville Heinola
21st - Pittsburgh Penguins, Samuel Poulin
22nd - Los Angeles Kings (from Toronto Maple Leafs), Tobias Bjornfot
23rd - New York Islanders, Simon Holmstrom
24th - Nashville Predators, Philip Tomasino
25th - Washington Capitals, Connor McMichael
26th - Calgary Flames, Jakob Pelletier
27th - Tampa Bay Lightning, Nolan Foote
28th - Carolina Hurricanes, Ryan Suzuki
29th - Anaheim Ducks (from San Jose Sharks via Buffalo Sabres), Brayden Tracey
30th - Boston Bruins, John Beecher
31st - Buffalo Sabres (from St. Louis Blues), Ryan Johnson

This video is taking place after both the Canucks and the Habs were eliminated from the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs involved sixteen teams, which were the Boston Bruins, Tampa Bay Lightning, Washington Capitals, Philadelphia Flyers, Montreal Canadiens, Carolina Hurricanes, New York Islanders, and Columbus Blue Jackets in the East, and the Colorado Avalanche, St. Louis Blues, Vegas Golden Knights, Vancouver Canucks, Calgary Flames, Chicago Blackhawks, Arizona Coyotes, and Dallas Stars in the West.

This also is taking place a few days after the 2020 NHL Entry Draft.

The 2020 NHL Draft 1st Round went as follows:

1st) New York Rangers, Alexis Lafrenière
2nd) Los Angeles Kings, Quinton Byfield
3rd) Ottawa Senators (from San Jose Sharks), Tim Stützle
4th) Detroit Red Wings, Lucas Raymond
5th) Ottawa Senators, Jake Sanderson
6th) Anaheim Ducks, Jamie Drysdale
7th) New Jersey Devils, Alexander Holtz
8th) Buffalo Sabres, Jack Quinn
9th) Minnesota Wild, Marco Rossi
10th) Winnipeg Jets, Cole Perfetti
11th) Nashville Predators, Yaroslav Askarov
12th) Florida Panthers, Anton Lundell
13th) Carolina Hurricanes (from Toronto Maple Leafs), Seth Jarvis
14th) Edmonton Oilers, Dylan Holloway
15th) Toronto Maple Leafs (from Pittsburgh Penguins), Rodion Amirov
16th) Montreal Canadiens, Kaiden Guhle
17th) Chicago Blackhawks, Lukas Reichel
18th) New Jersey Devils (from Arizona Coyotes), Dawson Mercer
19th) New York Rangers (from Calgary Flames), Braden Schneider
20th) New Jersey Devils (from Vancouver Canucks), Shakir Mukhamadullin
21st) Columbus Blue Jackets, Yegor Chinakov
22nd) Washington Capitals (from Carolina Hurricanes via New York Rangers and Calgary Flames), Hendrix Lapierre
23rd) Philadelphia Flyers, Tyson Foerster
24th) Calgary Flames (from Washington Capitals), Connor Zary
25th) Colorado Avalanche, Justin Barron
26th) St. Louis Blues, Jake Neighbours
27th) Anaheim Ducks (from Boston Bruins), Jacob Perreault
28th) Ottawa Senators (from New York Islanders), Ridly Greig
29th) Vegas Golden Knights, Brendan Brisson
30th) Dallas Stars, Mavrik Bourque
31st) San Jose Sharks (from Tampa Bay Lightning), Ozzy Wiesblatt

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Hi. I'm "Gio Palermo", also known as "legorocks99" ("legorocks99Gaming", "LR99Gaming", or "LR99"). I post video game commentaries on YouTube revolving around "hockey", with a primary focus on "Vancouver Canucks", "Montreal Canadiens", "Detroit Red Wings", and top "NHL prospects" topics. These videos are uploaded with "NHL 20" gameplay in the background. I enjoy making these videos and I hope that you enjoy watching them!

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