Canucks talking Luongo with four teams
The Vancouver Canucks are talking to four teams about a Roberto Luongo trade, according to TSN.
Canucks general manager Mike Gillis told TSN that Vancouver is "talking to four teams with varying levels of activity and various proposals," though no specifics were given.
Luongo has been at the centre of trade rumours since Cory Schneider supplanted him as the team's starting goaltender in the last season's first round playoff loss to the eventual Stanley Cup champion Kings.
This season, Luongo has gone 7-4-3 with a 2.44 goals against average and a save percentage of .904 in 16 games for the Canucks, who sit fourth in the Western Conference standings with 44 points but are tied with the Wild for the Northwest Division lead.
Luongo has nine years left on his lucrative contract after this season, with an annual cap hit of $5,333,333.