According to SportsNet Nick Kypreos, the Arizona Coyotes' forward Anthony Duclair could be on the market.
“I’m hearing teams are saying that Duclair could be had at the right price,” Kypreos said.
Duclair had a breakout year last season, his first complete season in the NHL. He registered 20 goals and added 24 assists for 44 points in 81 games as a 20 years-old.
This year has been vastly different for the Quebec-born forward who notched only a goal and 2 assists in 17 games so far. The speedy forward has been split up from his best friend Max Domi and this might be one of the reason his stats are decreasing.
"If he’s not playing well, what are you truly going to give up?. I hear that Arizona would still ask for a pretty penny for him moving forward." said Kypreos.
Arizona being in a rebuild and struggling at both end of the puck could ask anything from a draft pick to a Top4 defenseman in a deal for Duclair.
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