Kent Hughes places two players on the trade market, including a disappointment

Elias Edmonson
June 14, 2024  (10:37)

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According to information from the reputable Frank Seravalli, who has solid connections throughout the NHL, Kent Hughes has placed two players from the Canadiens on the trade market.

The journalist has just published his list of the 25 players who are reportedly on the trade market as the draft approaches, and two names you know well are notably on it.

David Savard and Christian Dvorak on the NHL Trade Market

In the case of Christian Dvorak, it's not surprising, but for David Savard, it's a big disappointment to see him on this list.
I truly believe he can help the younger players and that he could be the ideal partner for a Lane Hutson or a Logan Mailloux on the second defensive pair next season.
«But in the meantime, trades can happen and Frank Seravalli has just published a list of 25 candidates who could change addresses.

On this list, we find two players from the Canadiens: David Savard (18th) and Christian Dvorak (23rd).» - Raphaël Simard

It promises to be an interesting few weeks ahead, which are always the most active trading periods of the season.
We have talked a lot about this in recent weeks, but now it could really materialize. The three busiest weeks of the year on the trade market are just around the corner. Finally, some might say!
We are very eager to see what Kent Hughes can come up with after the Kirby Dach and Alex Newhook trades of recent years.
Also note that on Frank Seravalli's list, there are three names you know well at positions #1, #2, and #3: Mitch Marner, Martin Necas, and Nikolaj Ehlers.
Trevor Zegras is also on the complete list:
Stay tuned!
It would be surprising to see Kent Hughes find a taker for Christian Dvorak, but it wouldn't be his first magic trick.
As for David Savard, we can only hope that it waits until the next NHL trade deadline because he brings a lot to this team.
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