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March 27, 2013 | 8:50pm ET
Stastny unlikely to be traded
TheFourthPeriod.com

For years, trade rumors have hovered over Colorado Avalanche center Paul Stastny's head, and talks have continued to pop up this season.

However, with one-year left on his contract beyond this season, one NHL team executive told TFP he doesn't expect to see Stastny dealt before this season's trade deadline.

Stastny, who is making $6.6 million per season, was the subject of trade talks with the Toronto Maple Leafs last year, and while talks briefly resumed this season, a deal has yet to materialize.

Avalanche GM Greg Sherman has been actively looking for an upgrade to his blueline, but a deal is not believed to be imminent.

The Avs, like most teams, would love to get their hands on Phoenix star Keith Yandle, but the Coyotes would presumably want one of Colorado's top young stars in exchange.

Stastny, meanwhile, will miss the next seven-to-ten days with a bruised left foot.


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