Larry Brooks of the New York Post shares a rumor in his Sunday column that qualifies as curious. Brooks says the Montreal Canadiens are getting calls on forward Max Pacioretty and both the New York Islanders and Philadelphia Flyers are “taking serious runs at him.” Pacioretty being mentioned at all in this light is fascinating because he’s on a cap-friendly deal that sees him get $4.5 million per season through 2018-19. Pacioretty also leads the Habs in goals scored with 15 and he’s missed nine games this season. He’s also led Montreal in scoring the past two seasons.
Flyers and Isles ‘taking serious runs’ at acquiring Pacioretty
Pro Hockey Talk | Dec 22