February 13, 2019 | 6:56pm ET



Adam Henrique, centre


As opposing teams circle the Anaheim Ducks as a prime trade target, GM and interim head coach Bob Murray will receive plenty of calls leading up to the 3pm ET trade deadline on Feb. 25.

Various teams are believed to have reached out to Murray about several Ducks players, including the likes of Cam Fowler, Adam Henrique, Nick Ritchie, Brandon Montour and Rickard Rakell, among others – just because teams inquire doesn’t mean the Ducks are willing to move a certain player.

However, it appears Henrique has generated much interest from other clubs.

Henrique, who turned 29 on Feb.6, is in the final-year of his current deal, but signed a five-year, $29.125 million extension last July. His new deal kicks in July 1 and comes with a 10-team no-trade list.

It’s unclear, at this point, which teams have specifically reached out about Henrique, but teams like the Montreal Canadiens, Minnesota Wild and Carolina Hurricanes are looking for upgrades up the middle.

In 56 games with the Ducks so far this season, Henrique has registered 10 goals and 18 assists for 28 points.