NHL Rumors: Will Brendan Gallagher and Carey Price be back with the Montreal Canadiens?

Stu Cowen of the Montreal Gazette: Could Brendan Gallagher‘s time with the Montreal Canadiens be nearing its end? He’s been on record stating that winning is the most crucial thing prior to including so is being a Canadien.

There will be some modifications made this offseason and GM Kent Hughes might aim to move the last 5 years of Gallagher’s agreement that brings a $6.5 million cap hit. Gallagher might incline the concept of being relocated to a competitor.

Would the Los Angeles Kings be intrigued in Gallagher? Former Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin is a senior consultant in LA and he might be reunited with Phillip Danault.

Gallagher the other day:

“My job as a player is to get myself ready and to be a good player and that’s what I’m going to do,” he stated. “I’m going to take care of myself. There will be conversations that happen, where (the Canadiens) see me fit and all that. But right now for me, it’s just getting back to what I can be and what I know I’ll be. It’s not really a concern. It’s just putting in the work and get back to that level.”

Julian McKenzie of The Athletic: Is Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price showcasing himself as the season unwind? He need to get in sufficient video games to reveal groups that he is healthy.

The complimentary representative market might have numerous goaltenders readily available, so it might not be simple to discover a group that can handle his income, and is a group that he’s willing to bet.

Price holds a no-movement stipulation, so a great deal of the choices depend on him. He stated back in January at that time that he doesn’t see himself playing anywhere however Montreal.

“There’s a reason I signed a contract like I did here with a no-movement clause, it was to be here. As of right now, I have no plans to move anywhere.”



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