Jeff Petry and Josh Anderson: The two CH players most likely to be traded this summer

Jeff Petry and Josh Anderson: The two CH players most likely to be traded this summer

The Stanley Cup is likely to be won tomorrow night in Denver. Will Artturi Lehkonen be happy again on the night of San Juan ? Otherwise, the chopped up will be won next Sunday or Tuesday.

Then we’ll officially go into mode out of season in the NHL. The amateur draft will take place July 7-8 in Montreal, then the free agent market opens on July 13. July will also be full of deals (and rumors of deals, eh eh).

Who will change addresses this summer at the Canadiens?

Laurent Dauphin, Mathieu Perreault, Tyler Pitlick, William Lagesson, Cédric Paquette, Sami Niku, Xavier Ouellet and Louie Belpedio will be eligible for full autonomy next month. At best, we’ll see one or two again next season… with the Rocket.

various rumors of redemption transaction involving Jonathan Drouin, Mike Hoffman, Josh Anderson, Christian Dvorak, Jeff Petry and Joel Armia out Since a few days. And they will be even more persistent between now and the opening of the free agent market.

According to the excellent Frank Seravalli (daily showdown), Jeff Petry is the 12th most likely player to be traded this summer in the NHL. Josh Anderson? on the 30th You can check the top 30 of Seravalli through the following link.

Alex DeBrincat, Kevin Fiala, Blake Wheeler, Jakob Chyckrun and John Gibson line up for the top 5 of Seravalli.

Seravalli recalled that the Canadian was not willing to pay to part with Petry, but that the best thing for everyone would be to move Petry to an American city. He also indicated that #26 was a solid plan B in Pittsburgh, if Kris Letang ever leaves town (to Montreal, eh eh?We all seem to know that Petry will be transferred, it remains to be seen where and when…

As for Anderson, Seravalli mentioned that Kent Hughes’s phone rings a lot about him… that Kent Hughes doesn’t. magazine no… but it may be that a team comes up with an offer that is impossible to refuse (as with the Avalanche and the Lehkonen in the term). Anderson has a rare and sought-after profile, even if he hasn’t produced that much for a few months.

Note that Seravalli had ranked Evgenii Dadonov 14th on his list and Shea Weber’s contract 20th.

Interestingly, neither Hoffman, nor Gallagher, nor Drouin, nor Armia, nor Dvorak, nor Byron are on Seravalli’s list. Probably because the interest in them is very low, if not zero. Drouin and Byron will be eligible for full autonomy next summer. Therefore, they could appear on Seravalli’s February/March list. #Term

Gallagher (five years), Dvorak (three years), Armia (three years) and Hoffman (two years) will be more difficult to move nevertheless. Could Dvorak gain value after an excellent start to the season? Can be…

But in the end, one thing remains: we run the risk of losing good players and keeping the less good ones. That’s a reconstruction…

A lot of

– The Senators should have their stadium in downtown Ottawa. I can’t wait to learn the identity of your partners in this case…

– You’re exaggerating a bit on that, JP.

– Contract extension for Reilly Smith in Las Vegas.

– Journalists in Montreal often make questionable decisions. They rarely vote for the winner. Remember Price and the Bill-Masterton…

– Andreescu lines up the victories.

– A first win for the Alouettes tonight?


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