Kevin Shattenkirk might not be the only member of the St. Louis Blues to see his name constantly popping up in trade speculation over the next few weeks.
During his latest "30 Thoughts" column on Sportsnet.ca, Elliotte Friedman reported that forward Patrik Berglund could be in play leading up to the March 1 trade deadline.
Berglund, 28, is in the final-year of his contract, which comes with a $3.9 million salary cap hit, and can become an unrestricted free agent July 1.
The native of Vasteras, Sweden, also owns a limited no-trade clause, where he can list six teams he will not accept a trade to.
If the Blues feel they are unable to re-sign Berglund prior to the trade deadline, GM George Armstrong could move him, regardless of the team's playoff positioning.
In 50 games with the Blues so far this season, Berglund has registered 11 goals and seven assists for 18 points.