Montreal Canadiens' general manager Marc Bergevin is always known to be one of the busiest GM's across the NHL.
While he might not be making block buster deals everyday, he's always looking to improve his team without giving up a king's ransom.
We've heard he's been looking overseas for help, specifically at KHL forward Konstantin Okulov.
Now it seems he might also be looking at disgruntled Edmonton Oilers forward Jesse Puljujarvi who's tearing it up overseas.
Ekund of Hockeybuzz.com reports that the Canadiens along with the Winnipeg Jets and New York Rangers are currently showing interest in the 21 year old who currently has 20 points in 18 games for Karpat of SM-liiga.
Puljujarvi would likely be an interesting fit playing beside Jesperi Kotkaniemi.
Would you like to see the Canadiens' make a push for the young forward?