Ranking the Montreal Canadiens Most Likely to Be Trade Bait in 2013-14 Season

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Ranking the Montreal Canadiens Most Likely to Be Trade Bait in 2013-14 Season
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Montreal Canadiens forward David Desharnais and Ottawa Senators Sergei Gonchar and Craig Anderson.

By most accounts, the Montreal Canadiens are going for it this coming 2013-14 season.

The team that finished first in the Northeast Division, only to lose in five games to the Ottawa Senators, has, for all intents and purposes, remained intact with most every hole addressed in the offseason.

Inconsistency in net? Check, with the Habs hiring a new and proven goaltending coach in Stephane Waite.

Lack of size? Check, with the acquisitions of Douglas Murray and George Parros.

Lack of offense in the playoffs after scoring just nine times? Check, too, after signing clutch scorer Daniel Briere.

That said, no team is perfect and the Habs may still find themselves looking for someone to put them over the top. Here are the most likely Habs without no-trade clauses to become trade bait this coming season.

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