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Here's what Kent Hughes would accept to trade Arber Xhekaj


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Elias Edmonson
May 21, 2024  (12:30)
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Journalist David Pagnotta has just revealed what Kent Hughes would accept in exchange for Arber Xhekaj.

While the vast majority of credible journalists expect the Montreal Canadiens to trade a young defenseman ahead of the 2024 NHL Draft, many fans are wondering if Xhekaj is at risk of changing addresses.
After all, we're talking about a fan favorite here. Is he very available, somewhat available, or untouchable for the Canadiens?
Some analysts believe he should absolutely not be traded unless Connor McDavid is offered in return, while others believe Montreal should take advantage of his immense value.

David Pagnotta sets the record straight on Arber Xhekaj

According to the latest article by the informant, who speaks with NHL player agents and general managers, Kent Hughes is not interested in trading Xhekaj. Good news!
However, the Canadiens' GM will certainly change his mind «if another team is willing to overpay.»
«But for now, Xhekaj is part of Montreal's long-term plans.»

- David Pagnotta

Many of you are asking us the question, so the best answer we could give is the following.
Kent Hughes does not want to trade Arber Xhekaj, but he might change his mind for the right offer and for an exaggerated offer.
A young player like Justin Barron or even Jayden Struble is therefore evidently more at risk of being traded, compared to names like Lane Hutson, Logan Mailloux, David Reinbacher, Kaiden Guhle, and Arber Xhekaj.
Credit: Un sujet pour les Canadiens de Montréal, via David Pagnotta.
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