The Ottawa Senators are still entertaining calls for young forward Curtis Lazar, though trading him might not be in the team's plans.
During Thursday night's "Insider Trading" segment on TSN, Darren Dreger reported the price to land Lazar is "extremely high," as the Senators are not willing to give up on his talent.
"The Sens are interested in listening to the offers that will and are coming in," Dreger said, adding that a move seems unlikely at this point.
Lazar's name has popped up in trade speculation this season primarily due to the fact the Senators are exploring the marketplace in an attempt to upgrade their roster.
The Senators are looking to upgrade their scoring and could still move Lazar if the right offer presented itself, but such a move may be better suited to go down in the off-season.
Lazar, who turned 22 on Thursday, has registered just one assist in 28 games with the Senators so far this season.