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The Canadiens have traded Gorges to the Sabres for a 2016 second-round pick, CBC.ca reports.
Gorges is "in shock" that the Canadiens are trying to trade him, reports TSN.ca. "I want people to know that I never wanted to leave Montreal. I have never asked for a trade - this is (general manager) Marc Bergevin's call. I am in shock."
The Canadiens are looking to trade Gorges, according to TSN's Bob McKenzie. He has provided the team with a list of 15 cities he's willing to be dealt.
Gorges (hand) logged an assist and a minus-1 rating in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime loss to Chicago.
Gorges (hand) will return to the lineup Wednesday night against Chicago, Hockey Inside Out reports.
Gorges (hand) practiced Monday and should be ready to play Wednesday night in Chicago, pending final medical clearance Tuesday, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Gorges (hand) skated with the team's strength and conditioning coach Monday, Hockey Inside Out reports.
Gorges is targeting a return from his hand injury April 9 when the Canadiens play the Blackhawks in Chicago, Hockey Inside Out reports. He has missed nearly a month because of a broken hand.
Gorges underwent surgery on his fractured left hand Monday and is expected to miss four weeks.