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November 18, 2013 | 10:47am ET
Flames exploring trade options
TheFourthPeriod.com

The Calgary Flames addressed a need last week, acquiring defenseman Ladislav Smid from the Edmonton Oilers and strengthening their blueline.

Flames GM Jay Feaster isn't done dealing, but his next few moves are more likely to be on the selling side, as opposed to the buying side.

According to the Calgary Sun, Michael Cammalleri, Lee Stempniak, Matt Stajan and Chris Butler likely candidates to be shipped out of town this season.

While nothing is imminent, Feaster can obtain some solid young assets and draft picks in exchange for these four players mentioned.

Cammalleri, 31, is in the final-year of his contract. He's earning $7 million this season, though his salary cap hit is $6 million.

The native of Richmond Hill, Ontario, has a limited no-trade clause and can list up to seven teams he will not accept a deal to.

Stajan, 29, also owns a limited no-trade clause, while the Flames can move Stempniak and Butler without prior consent.


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