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January 20, 2016 | 12:30pm ET
Sharks still exploring Marleau trade

A trade involving Sharks left wing Patrick Marleau still might not be made this season, but San Jose GM Doug Wilson is still willing to explore it.

Marleau, 36, has one-year left on his contract after this season, and is willing to waive his no-movement clause for the right environment.

Wilson continues to have trade discussions with teams about Marleau, who originally submitted a three-team list he would approve a move to -- that list included the Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings and New York Rangers.

It's believed Marleau has expanded his list and is willing to accept a trade to other teams, with the Nashville Predators and Chicago Blackhawks among them.

It's unlikely the Kings or Rangers are in the mix for Marleau, while the Blackhawks are unlikely to fit him under their salary cap.

A trade could still be consummated by the Feb. 29 trade deadline, but if it isn't, the Sharks will revisit talks in the off-season.

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