NHL.com: The NHL has no shortage of trade rumors to fill out.
Here are a few: — The Wild have made some moves, but they’re not looking to move up to a top-six forward.
The Wild could use a second-round pick to acquire the right-shot Connor McDavid from the Edmonton Oilers for forward Christian Folin.
— Another NHL team is looking to improve its roster, but the Edmonton Oil Kings have the resources to get there.
The team could acquire forward Josh Jooris to help fill the gaping hole at center.
— The Los Angeles Kings have done a lot of work at the blueline this season, but goalie Jonathan Quick has not been able to keep pace.
The Los Angles Ducks could use the resources they have to add another starter at the position.
— There’s still a lot to do in free agency, but if the Pittsburgh Penguins are serious about trying to make a run at a playoff spot, the Blue Jackets should be on their radar.
— Some teams are looking to add young talent, and that’s where the Dallas Stars are hoping to land the best young prospect in the NHL.
They’ve acquired center Nolan Patrick from the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for forward Brendan Ranford and a second round pick.
— If the Montreal Canadiens are looking for more scoring punch, the St. Louis Blues are in play for defenseman Nikita Zadorov.
— Edmonton is interested in the services of Colorado Avalanche forward Kyle Wood, but that team has not made any moves in the past 24 hours.
The Avalanche is looking for a veteran center.
This would be a perfect fit for the young defenseman.
— Detroit is one of a few teams with some serious depth at the top of the roster, so the Sabres should be looking to acquire more than one player.
— Dallas has been busy this offseason, but a trade of forward J.T. Miller is not a realistic possibility.
The Stars could be looking for help in goal, and could use some help at center as well.
— Buffalo has done a good job of building depth at forward this season.
They could use their new draft pick to add a veteran forward.
— Anaheim could use another veteran defenseman, but it’s unlikely they’ll make a move this offseason.
They have plenty of young talent in their system.
— Montreal is also looking to upgrade their defensive corps, but goaltender Carey Price isn’t expected to be in town this season after he underwent knee surgery.