The Canucks will continue their efforts to trade goalie Roberto Luongo, as several teams remain interested.
The Toronto Maple Leafs, Chicago Blackhawks, Florida Panthers and Edmonton Oilers showed an interest in Luongo prior to the lockout, though it's believed the Canucks are reluctant to move him to Chicago or Edmonton.
Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke has denied a trade has been agreed to, despite numerous claims that the two teams have already worked out a trade.
Leafs forwards Tyler Bozak, Nikolai Kulemin and Tim Connolly, defenseman Carl Gunnarsson, Mike Komisarek and Cody Franson (a restricted free agent), and prospects Nazem Kadri and Tyler Biggs have all been linked to a possible package for Luongo.
Luongo's preference is still to play for the Panthers, as Florida is his off-season home, but the Cats have been unwilling to give Canucks GM Mike Gillis what he's after.
Talks should intensify in the coming days, once the NHL notifies all of its teams that it's business as usual again.