The Columbus Blue Jackets went all in last season at the trade deadline and unfortunately for them, it didn't work.
To top it off they watched some elite players walk during free agency this summer including Artemi Panarin, Sergei Bobrovsky and Matt Duchene.
Now it seems they're looking to get rid of one of their young forwards as well.
According to Aaron Portzline of The Athletic, 2015 first round pick Sonny Milano's time in Columbus sounds like it's coming to an end.
"It’s coming to a head with Milano, the first-round pick (No. 16 overall in 2014) who has been jumped on the depth chart by Texier and Bemstrom. One would expect a player with Milano’s skill (and history of scoring in the NHL) to get claimed on waivers. The Blue Jackets would prefer trading him to losing him on waivers, obviously, but the market for Milano has been cold. … Gerbe and Scott were put on waivers Sunday. If they clear at noon Monday, they’ll be sent to Cleveland."
The 23 year old registered 14 goals in 55 games during the 2017-18 season but is more known for his arrest in New York during the summer for an alleged street fight.
No price has been set for Milano yet but it doesn't sound like it will take much.