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August 29, 2012 | 9:58am ET
Theodore isn't worried about Luongo's rumors

The Miami Herald recently spoke with Florida Panthers goalie Jose Theodore, who claims to be unconcerned with the rumors of his team looking to acquire netminder Roberto Luongo from the Vancouver Canucks.

Recent speculation suggested the Panthers would ship Theodore to the Canucks as part of a return package for Luongo, though the clubs have never been close to agreeing on such a transaction.

TFP was the first to report that Canucks GM Mike Gillis was hoping to land 20-year-old center Nick Bjugstad, something the Panthers are not willing to do.

Theodore, 35, wouldn't reveal if he'd been approached about waiving his no-trade clause, but he claims that he hasn't discussed with anyone from either team.

The goaltender has one year left on his current contract at $1.5 million.

In 53 games with the Panthers last season, Theodore registered a .917 save percentage and 2.46 goals-against-average.

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