Two players represented by players’ agent Darren Ferris requested to trade.
Ferris confirmed in an email to The Canadian Press some media reports that his two clients, Montreal Canadians defenseman Victor Meat and Calgary Flames forward Sam Bennett, had requested for change.
Bennett, 24, has appeared with the Flames in seven games this season, including a 2-0 victory over the Canadians on Saturday night. Bennett collected an aid in the win.
In 371 career games with the Flames, Bennett scored 63 goals and scored 129 points.
Flames head coach Geoff Ward was asked about the possibility of his forward trading after Saturday’s game.
“He’s part of our team. For the rest, it’s between his agent and me [le directeur général des Flames, Brad Treliving] Ward said.
“But he is part of the team. He is a player that his teammates respect. He played well tonight, so we’ve going forward and building on what he did on the ice. ”
The 22-year-old Meet is still not wearing the Hobbs uniform this season.
In 171 career games, Meat hit the target four times and scored 31 points.
The Canadian did not immediately respond to a request for comment from the Canadian press.