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

The Stanley Cup will likely be won tomorrow night in Denver. Will Artturi Lehkonen be happy again one evening Saint Jean ? Otherwise the chopped off He will win next Sunday or Tuesday.

Then we will officially move into the mode its season in the NHL. The amateur draft will take place on July 7 and 8 in Montreal, then the free dealership market will open on July 13. July will also be full of deals (and deal rumors, eh eh).

Who will change the title this summer in the Canadiens?

Laurent Dauphin, Matthew Perrault, Tyler Petlake, William Lagson, Cedric Paquette, Sami Nico, Xavier Olé and Louis Belpidio will all be eligible for full independence next month. At best, we’ll see one or two again next season…with the Rocket.

Several rumors Fida Transaction involving Jonathan Drouin, Mike Hoffman, Josh Anderson, Christian Dvorak, Jeff Petrie, and Joel Jeremiah He appears Several days ago. And you will be more determined from now until the opening of the free agent market.

According to the excellent Frank Serravalli (daily confrontation), Jeff Petrie is the 12th player likely to be traded this summer in the NHL. Josh Anderson? thirty. You can consult Top 30 From Seravalli via the link below.

Alex DeBrinkat, Kevin Fiala, Blake Wheeler, Jacob Chickern, and John Gibson for top 5 by Seravalli.

Serfali noted that the Canadian wasn’t willing to pay to give up Petri, but for the best of all, it was to replace Petri with an American city. He also said No. 26 was a solid plan B in Pittsburgh, if Chris Letang leaves town (for Montreal, eh eh?We all seem to know Petry will be traded, and it remains to be seen where and when…

As for Anderson, Ceravalli mentioned that Kent Hughes’ phone rings a lot more about him…more than Kent Hughes doesn’t. magazine No… but this team might come up with an offer that is impossible to refuse (like the avalanche event and Lehkonen in Limit). Anderson has a rare and sought-after profile, even if he hasn’t produced that much for a few months.

Note that Seravalli ranked Evgenii Dadonov at number 14 on his roster and held Shea Weber at number 20.

Interestingly, neither Hoffman, nor Gallagher, nor Darwin, nor Jeremiah, nor Dvorak, nor Byron are on Serravalle’s list. Perhaps because interest in it is very low, if not zero. Drwin and Byron will be eligible for full autonomy next summer. So they could appear on Seravalli’s roster in February/March. #Limit

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

But in the end, one thing remains: we risk losing good players and keeping less quality players. This is a rebuild…

Many of

Senators should have their square in downtown Ottawa. I can’t wait to find out who their partners are in this case…

– You’re overdoing it a bit, JB.

Extension of Riley Smith’s contract in Vegas.

Montreal journalists often make questionable choices. They rarely vote for the winner. Remember Bryce and Bill Masterton…

– Andreescu lines up victories.

– The Alouettes’ first win tonight?



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