The Montreal Canadiens are going through probably the toughest stretch of their season and will now focus on the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday night.
While the team is focusing on Columbus, general manager Marc Bergevin could be focusing on a new home for forward Charles Hudon.
Just last week Elliotte Friedman revealed the Canadiens are trying to move him and would likely take a draft pick for him.
Now Louis Jean has revealed three teams that could make a push for the young skater.
Jean reports the Philadelphia Flyers, Los Angeles Kings and Vancouver Canucks may have interest in the forward.
Jean adds while the Canadiens would accept a draft pick, they'd prefer to land a depth player.
Told there’s a 50-50 chance Charles Hudon is dealt before trade deadline. If the @CanadiensMTLwere to trade him, they’d prefer a depth player coming back rather than a draft pick. Hudon wants to play. Flyers, Kings and Canucks may have interest. @TVASports
— Louis Jean (@LouisJean_TVA) February 17, 2019