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February 19, 2012 | 10:40am ET
Panthers looking to add pieces

Panthers GM Dale Tallon is interested in adding a couple of players to his roster before the trade deadline takes affect in just over a week.

The Panthers have the necessary room to add to their lineup, as the club is looking for a top-six forward and a two-way center.

"We're not sellers," Tallon told the South-Florida Sun-Sentinel earlier this week. "We got (four) games before the deadline, so we'll know better. We got a good team, so it's a matter of adding pieces. We're moving forward from here; we're not subtracting."

It's believed the Panthers have inquired about the services of Columbus Blue Jackets center Jeff Carter and Buffalo Sabres center Paul Gaustad, though it's unclear how advanced talks are.

The Panthers have a lot of depth on the blueline and could move one of their young defenseman for extra fire power front.

"The worst-case scenario is we're staying pat," Tallon said.

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