Acquiring Alexandre Burrows from the Vancouver Canucks on Monday may not be the only move the Ottawa Senators complete before Wednesday's 3pm ET trade deadline.
According to the Ottawa Sun, the Senators have received an offer of a second-round draft pick for winger Curtis Lazar, but Sens GM Pierre Dorion wants more if he's going to move Lazar.
The Sun reports the Senators may be looking for a first-round draft choice in exchange for Lazar if they decide to move him.
"I'm always open for business," Dorion told the paper. "That win in Florida and New Jersey told me a lot about our team ... If we have to add another piece or two we'll look at it. We felt (acquiring Burrows) was something we needed to get done."
The Senators were also speaking with the Detroit Red Wings about left wing Thomas Vanek, but opted to go after Burrows. It's unclear Ottawa will resume those talks with Detroit at this point.