Penguins could come calling to Marc Bergevin

Could he be the next Penguins GM?



As you may remember, the Pittsburgh Penguins elected to completely clean out their front office after they missed the postseason for the first time in 17 years earlier this month, terminating general manager Ron Hextall, assistant general manager Chris Pryor, and president of hockey operations Brian Burke. 

And while speculation has been building as to who could potentially take over as the new general manager in Steel City, one particular figure floated by a noted NHL Insider is a former Penguins defenseman. 

Marc Bergevin, who currently is a senior advisor to the general manager with the Los Angeles Kings and works under vice president and GM Rob Blake, was suggested by Elliotte Friedman in his latest "32 Thoughts" Podcast. 

As you may remember, Bergevin served as general manager of the Montreal Canadiens from 2012 through 2021. 

Source: Twitter