Sharks’ Marc-Edouard Vlasic could be in line for a move away from Montreal

Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin says that his team is likely to move Marc-Andre Fleury from his current role in Montreal’s front office, which includes the team’s head coaching and scouting department.

Bergevin said in a conference call with reporters Tuesday that he didn’t expect the Canadiens to make a decision on Fleury at this time, and said the team hasn’t given up on his services.

He also said he doesn’t expect any decision on Vlasica, a defenseman who has played in all 82 games this season.

Vlasic, 27, has two goals and 10 assists in 41 games this year, and his $4.8 million cap hit will likely fall under the NHL’s salary cap this year.

The Canadiens signed Vlasics to a five-year, $32.8-million deal in July, and he was a key piece of that deal.

He has 12 goals and 24 assists in 57 career NHL games.