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March 5, 2014 | 8:28am ET
Habs evaluating multiple options

The Montreal Canadiens are mulling over a few different options as the trade deadline creeps up, one of which could be dealing winger Rene Bourque.

According to multiple sources, TFP has learned that the Canadiens have a few different options on where they could deal Bourque to.

Bourque, according to one source, is aware of a possible move and appears welcoming of a change.

The Habs are also looking for a top-six power forward, something they've been trying to add for the last two seasons.

It's unclear if trade talks with the Winnipeg Jets over left wing Evander Kane are still ongoing, but he has been someone the Canadiens have been interested in since last summer's NHL Draft.

The Canadiens are also trying to get star defenseman Andrei Markov locked up to a new contract.

Markov, 35, is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent and is looking for a three-year contract.

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