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January 14, 2014 | 7:58pm ET
GM says he won't trade Hiller
TheFourthPeriod.com

The Anaheim Ducks have no intention of trading starting goaltender Jonas Hiller, despite plenty of rumors suggesting otherwise.

Ducks GM Bob Murray told ESPN's Pierre LeBrun he is not interested in moving Hiller, who is in the final year of his contract.

"There's not a chance in hell that I'm moving Jonas Hiller," Murray told ESPN.com on Tuesday evening. "I'm tired of hearing about the rumors. I can tell you Jonas is not going anywhere."

It has been widely reported that the Ducks might look to move Hiller and replace him Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller.

However, the Ducks are set between the pipes with Hiller leading the charge, with Viktor Fasth and Frederik Andersen behind him.

The Ducks, however, are in the market for a stay-at-home defenseman and could add one prior to the March 5 trade deadline.

Murray has spoken to the New York Rangers about defenseman Dan Girardi, but it's unclear if the Blueshirts are set on dealing him.


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