It appears that Brenden Morrow won't be on the free agent market much longer.
Morrow told TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun of ESPN.com that he is getting closer to finding a new team in time for the 2013-14 season.
The 34-year-old says he visited an unnamed club on Thursday.
"I'm thinking about another team visit as well," Morrow told LeBrun. "I've actually got a few offers that I'm mulling over at the moment. It's a tough marketplace, they're not the biggest offers or what I had been hoping for, but at this point I just want to get playing again. So I'm mulling over these offers."
Morrow earned $4.1 million last season in a campaign split between the Dallas Stars and Pittsburgh Penguins, but he is likely to make less with the salary cap having been reduced by about $6 million per team.
Morrow had 12 goals and 13 assists in 44 games during last year's shortened season.
The former Stars captain had a cracked knee cap during the playoffs last spring and admits that his reliability plays a role in his perceived market value.
"I get what teams are concerned about, I was plagued with some injuries a couple of years ago," Morrow told LeBrun. "And nobody really knew in the playoffs what I was battling through.
"I just want to get in and be a part of the process of building a team and getting started from training camp," said Morrow. "The timing isn't perfect."