The NHL's Olympic roster freeze has been lifted and the countdown to the Mar. 5 Trade Deadline is on.
As NHL teams return to business and team decide on whether to buy or sell, check out today's trade-related reports and speculation from around the NHL beat.
And follow TSN.ca right through Deadline Day for all the updates.
St. Louis In Play?
Larry Brooks of the New York Post writes that Martin St. Louis' name has been in trade speculation and that the New York Rangers have inquired about a possible deal that would bring him to The Big Apple for captain Ryan Callahan.
Brooks, however, adds that Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman has no interest in dealing away the Olympic gold medallist and two-time Art Ross Trophy winner for a player considered to be a rental.
The Post also says Callahan's asking price of seven years at about $6.75 million per year is believed to be beyond what the Lightning would be willing to pay to keep him from hitting the open market this summer.
Wanting To Stay
His name has been in trade rumours, but Colorado Avalanche forward P-A Parenteau has made it clear he wants to stay in Denver.
"You try not to think about it, but it's not easy, especially when you have a family," Parenteau told The Denver Post.
"I love it here. I want to stay here. You don't want to leave a place you love, and you don't want to leave a really good team too, which is what we have here. So, I know this is a really big chance for me now, and I'm planning on making it happen."