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June 30, 2014 | 11:40pm ET
Ducks looking for defenseman

The Anaheim Ducks are in the market for a top-four defenseman to add to their roster and hope to sign one shortly after the free agent doors swing open.

Ducks GM Bob Murray is looking for a rugged, stay-at-home rearguard and is willing to spend to find that player.

However, there aren't many physical, defensive-minded blueliners available in the market, and Murray may have to explore other options if he's unable to sign one.

Ducks defenseman Stephane Robidas will be hitting the open market, to test the waters, but could still sign a deal with Anaheim.

Anton Volchenkov, formerly of the New Jersey Devils, and soon to be former Pittsburgh Penguins blueliner Brooks Orpik may also attract interest.

The Ducks are also believed to be in the market for a top-six winger and a botton-six forward and could pursue the likes of Martin Havlat, Steve Ott and Milan Michalek.

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