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June 30, 2014 | 8:58am ET
Red Wings eyeing Boyle, Myers

The Detroit Red Wings are looking to bolster their blueline and GM Ken Holland has been targeting a number of defensemen.

It's believed the Wings are interested in unrestricted free agent Dan Boyle, as well as Buffalo Sabres blueliner Tyler Myers.

The Wings have also expressed interest in Phoenix Coyotes rearguard Keith Yandle.

Boyle will hit the open market tomorrow at noon ET, but the Wings aren't the only team hot for him.

According to TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger, the Wings, Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers and Tampa Bay Lightning are the top-5 teams on Boyle's radar.

Holland has been in talks with Sabres GM Tim Murray about Myers, though it's unclear if a deal is imminent.

The Sabres are willing to trade Myers and require a top-six forward and a young defenseman in return, as part of a package.

Yandle is also believed to be available, for the right price, and could be moved in the coming days.

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