The Montreal Canadiens are currently going through an absolutely brutal losing streak.

A lot of fans and media members have been pointing the finger at head coach Claude Julien for not being able to adjust his coaching systems.

As reported last week, Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin is currently in Russia to meet with prospect Alexander Romanov and his agents, however he could be having another important meeting as well. 

According to Georges Laraque of 91.9FM sports, Bergevin is also meeting with former NHL coach Bob Hartley regarding his interest in coaching the Canadiens. 

Hartley won the Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche and is currently coaching Avangard Omsk of the KHL. 

Do you think he could bring a fresh perspective to the Canadiens?