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December 11, 2016 | 11:07am ET
Coyotes looking to make moves?

The Arizona Coyotes are struggling, and the Ottawa Sun reports the team is already dangling a number of its players in the trade market.

Sitting last in the Pacific Division and second-last in the entire NHL with 23 points (9-13-5 record, to date), the Sun suggests it would be in the Coyotes' best interest to make a few early moves.

According to the paper, Martin Hanzal, Radim Vrbata, Ryan White and Michael Stone are all up for grabs -- they all can become unrestricted free agent next July.

Hanzal's name has been on the trade block since last season. If the Coyotes are unable to sign him to a contract extension, and so far they have been unsuccessful, he will be dealt by the March 1 trade deadline.

Young forward Anthony Duclair's name has also been tossed around the market after being offered in a deal for Calgary Flames defenseman Dougie Hamilton in the summer, an offer that was rejected, but it does not seem like a move involving Duclair is imminent.


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