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Major Scoop From Pierre LeBrun: Kent Hughes May Not Be as Good of a General Manager as We Thought

Published December 8, 2023 at 9:17 PM
BY AARON

Pierre LeBrun, a respected hockey journalist, recently shared important information on the Montreal Canadiens' goaltending situation. According to LeBrun, the Canadiens have not received any concrete trade offers for either Cayden Primeau or Jake Allen.

"According to my information from yesterday, the Canadiens have not received an offer for either [Jake Allen or Cayden Primeau]. That doesn't mean general managers aren't calling, but there haven't been any concrete offers so far." - Pierre LeBrun

This revelation suggests that the Canadiens might continue to have three goaltenders in their lineup for the foreseeable future, which is a scenario that might not sit well with many fans.

However, LeBrun also mentioned that this doesn't stop other teams from contacting GM Kent Hughes, indicating that a potential development could still occur at any moment.


It raises questions about whether the asking price set by Hughes is too high, or if teams interested in a goaltender were primarily targeting Samuel Montembeault. Without definitive answers, it's hard to determine the exact reason for the lack of concrete offers.

Therefore, patience is required until an official resolution is announced regarding the Canadiens' goaltending situation.

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