The Montreal Canadiens’ management a trois in front of the net continues, but a result could soon be reached on this matter.
In fact, the National Hockey League clubs know that this situation will not last long. Several teams with scoring problems are now turning to Kent Hughes to find a solution to their problems.
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In addition, Ron Francis, the general manager of the Seattle Kraken, reportedly picked up the phone following information from Bruce Garrioch and asked his counterpart at the Habs about the goaltender situation Ottawa Sun.
Above all, the names Jake Allen and Cayden Primeau would pique the curiosity of several teams, since Samuel Montembeault has just signed a three-season contract extension with the CH.
For the Kraken, goaltender Phillip Grubauer has had a tough time with a record of 5-8-1, a goals-against average of 3.35 and an efficiency ratio of 0.883.
Garrioch also mentioned the Buffalo Sabers as a team that might be interested in Allen.
Since the start of the season, the New Brunswick goalkeeper has three wins in ten games and has allowed an average of 3.74 goals per game. The 33-year-old athlete has a modified no-trade clause in his two-year contract initialed in October 2022 – he can submit a list of seven teams that he does not want to be traded to.
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