Detroit Red Wings forward Jiri Hudler finds himself in an interesting spot entering the month of August: wondering how much time he will spend with the Detroit Red Wings this season.
After deciding to spend 2009-10 with the Dynamo Moscow, Hudler excelled, putting up 54 points in 54 games.
Hudler came back to the Red Wings for the 2010-11 season, but his fourth season with Detroit did not go as planned as Hudler put up his lowest point total (37) since 2006-07 and his lowest goal total (10) of his four year NHL career.
Many wonder if Hudler's time in Detroit is done, but even he dons the Winged Wheel sweater next season, Hudler (currently making $2.875 million) will have to put in a monumental effort to be resigned by Detroit.
Nevertheless, because this is the off-season, Hudler can still be moved.
Because Hudler can be moved, and because Detroit shopped him so much during the draft, this slideshow will discuss the options that Wings' GM Ken Holland might consider in moving him before the start of the season.