Gallagher was Montreal's most productive forward in 2017-18 with 31 goals and 54 points.
Byron is expected to need six months to recover, so he may not be ready to play when the 2018-19 campaign begins.
He should be taken in all keeper leagues at this time.
Drouin struggled mightily in his first season with the Habs, but GM Marc Bergevin believes he can be effective down the middle. Other than goaltending, I think center is probably the hardest position to fill.It was shocking at times, the way he sees the game," Gallagher said of Domi."If you're out on the ice with him, you have to be ready to shoot the puck, because he's looking to feed his linemates, which is always nice to play with." Gallagher and Domi won gold at the 2016 IIHF World Hockey Championship.He finished the night with a plus-1 rating, four shots on goal and one hit in of ice time.The 27-year-old had a pretty impressive year by his standards, as he's up to 10 goals and 14 assists in 57 games this season.By comparison, he had no goals and two assists in 42 games with Buffalo last year.Artturi Lehkonen and Brendan Gallagher also scored for Montreal on Thursday."He plays extremely hard, he competes hard, but he's a pass-first kind of guy.Trading Pacioretty might be difficult because while he has reached the 30-goal milestone five times in his career, he's coming off a difficult season where he was limited to 17 goals and 37 points in 64 games. Galchenyuk was traded to the Coyotes in exchange for Domi last Friday."Of course I had high expectations of myself, but didn't work out as well as I thought," said Lehkonen. We just got to learn from this year and start working on next year." He registered 12 goals and 21 points in 66 appearances after he had 18 markers and 28 points over 77 matches during his rookie campaign.While Pacioretty can probably still be moved, Montreal might not get a great return. Lehkonen believes he can get back on track next year.As the season progressed, well, is he the perfect centerman? He had an arbitration hearing scheduled on July 20, so Montreal and Danault were coming on the deadline to agree to terms in order to avoid getting the arbitrator involved.It's a three-year deal for the third overall pick in the 2018 Draft.