The Vancouver Canucks do not appear to be finished making trades, as GM Jim Benning indicated earlier today.
Speaking to the media to discuss Vancouver's trade of Alexandre Burrows to the Ottawa Senators, Benning said there is more likely to come.
"I'm not done for the day," he said. "I have some calls to make and if deals make sense for us, we're going to do them."
According to TFP Editor-in-Chief David Pagnotta, the Canucks were also engaged in serious trade talks surrounding winger Jannik Hansen earlier today, and those discussions are expected to be ongoing.
Canucks goalie Ryan Miller and defenseman Philip Larsen, both of whom are in the final year of their respective contracts, are also being discussed.
Miller has a list of five teams he would accept a trade to, with the Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks believed to be on that list.
The Kings acquired Ben Bishop from the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday and are no longer in the market for another goaltender.
The Sharks, TFP has learned, remain in the hunt for another goaltender and could have serious interest in Miller.