The Pittsburgh Penguins were bounced out of the Stanley Cup playoffs by the Montreal Canadiens and changes are coming.
Penguins' general manager Jim Rutherford made it clear he wasn't happy and changes are coming during the offseason.
He's made it clear he wants to trade one of his goalies and was the first GM to make a significant move when he acquired Kasperi Kapanen from the Toronto Maple Leafs.
After bringing one forward in, Rutherford is looking to move another forward out.
According Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman, Rutherford is currently shopping young 24 year old forward Jared McCann.
The 2014 first round pick was surprisingly scratched for one game against Montreal.
He's currently a restricted free agent and put up 14 goals and registered 35 points in 66 games with the Penguins this season.
He's gotten 123 points in 310 games so far in the NHL and has proven he can play every night however hasn't found his full time spot with the Penguins yet.
It sounds like he'll be on the move soon.