Hurricanes GM Jim Rutherford has been vigorously working the phones, a source close to the situation told TFP, but has come up empty, thus far.
With three goalies on the roster, the Hurricanes are planning to move one of them, most likely one of Justin Peters or Anton Khudobin, as Cam Ward has returned from injury.
Rutherford would like to move winger Tuomo Ruutu and defenseman Tim Gleason, but their salary cap hits have made things difficult.
Some teams have called in about some of Carolina's other players, such as young center Jeff Skinner, but talks have not yet gotten past that point, and may never.
Rutherford wants to bolster his blueline and obtain a second-line scorer to help shakeup his team's overall offensive game. The Hurricanes are only one of two Eastern teams, currently in a playoff spot, that has allowed more goals than they have scored (-16) -- Toronto being the other (-3).