Buffalo forward Zemgus Girgensons has attracted interested from multiple teams and Sabres GM Tim Murray has been entertaining calls on the Latvian.
Girgensons, 22, is making $1.15 million this season and can become a restricted free agent next summer.
During Saturday night's "Headlines" segment on Hockey Night in Canada, Elliotte Frieman reported the Sabres were listening to inquiries on Girgensons, but suggested a trade was not imminent.
Friedman added that the Sabres are not "willing to sell low" on Girgensons, but confirmed that they are taking calls.
The native of Riga, Latvia has struggled this season, registering just two goals and three assists in 27 games, so far.
It is unclear which teams have inquired about Girgensons' services.