It has been a while since Pierre-Luc Dubois’ name has popped up in the NHL trade rumors mill. But chatter is starting to pick up again on what will the Winnipeg Jets do with him this offseason?
Dubois has one more year left on his RFA contract but is eligible to re-sign a long-term deal in the summer. If not agreement can be made in July, it is believed the Jets will look to trade the big forward.
Dubois has previously stated that he wasn’t interested in making a long-term commitment in Winnipeg.
Montreal Canadiens interested in a Pierre-Luc Dubois trade
Elliotte Friedman was on the Jeff Marek Radio Show and they were discussing the Winnipeg Jets and what they will do this offseason.
Friedman stated on the radio hit that the Montreal Canadiens and Winnipeg Jets have talked about a Pierre-Luc Dubois trade throughout the season.
The Habs have the draft capital, prospects and salary cap space to pull off the trade if they decide to indeed facilitate a trade for Dubois in the summer.
Dubois, 24, currently has 55 points (24g, 31a) in 61 games played this season.