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January 14, 2014 | 4:58pm ET
Canucks looking for center?

The Vancouver Canucks appear to be in the market for a top-nine forward, preferably a center to command the team's third line.

According to Pierre LeBrun of ESPN and TSN, the Canucks would like to add a centerman and have depth on defense to move.

Center Brad Richardson already mans the middle of the third line, but LeBrun suggests the team could use him for the fourth line in order to upgrade their third line.

The Canucks could also look to add a fourth line center or a top-nine winger, instead.

According to, the Canucks will have roughly $5.8 million in available salary cap space by the time the deadline rolls around, giving them plenty of room to add to their lineup down the stretch.

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