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If Jesperi leaves Kotkaniemi, the blame will fall on Marc Bergevin, according to Matthias Brunet.

Stop in the course before he becomes the GM again (soon)?

When the Los Angeles Kings announced that they had added Mark Bergiveen to their hockey operations team (as an advisor to the General Manager), the response was made, and not just in Montreal. After all, it’s no surprise to see him find his coupon the friend Luc Robitaille, but with Rob Blake’s contract expiring at the end of the season, it wasn’t impossible to see the arrival of the next General Manager at the organization.

However, we learned about it a few hours later Blake has reportedly signed a contract extension that will keep him in royalty for the next four or five years. So this door is closed for the short term.

this morning during 32 podcast ideasElliot Friedman and Jeff Marek reconsidered this appointment. The first took the opportunity to stress that Bergvin’s arrival at kings did not necessarily mean that he was here to stay.

In fact, according to Friedman, Bergvin may have accepted the position in an effort to ensure his name stayed in discussions for executive positions in the NHL. Thus he makes sure to stay on the NHL circuit and keeps in touch with many of the teams in the Bettman circuit.

However, according to the informant, even if he probably doesn’t go to Chicago (because of all the history surrounding Kyle Beach and Black Hawk’s desire to sever ties with executive members in 2010), we shouldn’t rule out the possibility of seeing a serious contender to become the GM of the Ducks in a few weeks . Yes, it might be his stop at Kings very Brief.

At the moment, there is no information circulating that Bergevin is among the candidates identified by the committee that will have to appoint the next general manager for the Ducks (a committee on which Scott Niedermayer and Paul Carya, elsewhere), but by making his return to the small NHL world He has attracted some attention and shown that he has an interest in a position in the league.

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That doesn’t necessarily mean that is the case, however: Bergievin was probably just looking for a job where he wouldn’t have to deal with day-to-day operations (which he got on the L.A. side). Still, it is a reasonable scenario.

So we’ll see what the future holds for Mark Bergiveen, but don’t be surprised to see his name being traded for openings at GM: He’s a respected name in Pittman’s circle and his experience in Montreal makes him an interesting candidate.

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Bad news for wolves.

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– He threw today.

– The next president of Montreal: There is nothing new in the file.

Sad news.