2) At the moment, Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland isn't looking to shake things up. But if his team doesn't improve defensively over the next two weeks, Holland says he may have to do something.
Holland doesn't like the way his team has played the past six weeks, even though Detroit sits second in the Western Conference standings behind Vancouver and third overall.
The Red Wings GM says Detroit is giving up too many goals. Calgary, Columbus, Colorado and Edmonton are the only teams in the West to have given up more goals this season than Detroit.
Holland added he will monitor the play of his team and weigh that against who's available on the trade market before making a decision in a couple of weeks.
3) If Holland is looking for help on his blue line, at least two teams are willing to listen.
The Carolina Hurricanes would consider moving Joe Corvo, Joni Pitkanen or Ian White, but sources say the Canes would need to get a defenceman in return as part of the compensation.
Meanwhile, interest in New York Islanders defenceman Radek Martinek is starting to grow.
Isles GM Garth Snow is asking for a second round draft pick in return.
Edited by wingsdiehard13, 11 February 2011 - 12:19 PM.