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Johnny Oduya will be out for tonight’s game against the Islanders. Since he is the last year of his contract might he be traded before the deadline? One team that could be interested is Montreal.

Obviously, the Habs should try and add some much needed depth on the blue line. Fortunately, there are a few solid trade options in the rental market this year. One of the most solid defenders, who may available for a trade, is Dallas Stars veteran Denfensemen Johnny Oduya. (A Winning Habit@Fansided)

Mike Heika waited till yesterday to hold his weekly Q&A session:

Dallas will finish up their New York road trip against the Islanders tonight. The Isles fired their coach Jack Capuano on Tuesday. Assistant GM Doug Weight has moved behind the bench as interim coach. The rest of the preview. (Stars Inside Edge)

Dallas got an ugly win Tuesday night now they must show some consistency if they want to make it to the post season. (Blackout Dallas@Fansided)

Texas Stars:

Denis Gurianov had his 2nd game winning goal in a row and Julius Honka also chipped in a goal in Texas 4-3 win over the Manitoba Moose (Winnipeg) last night. They travel to Iowa for a weekend series with the Wild. (100 Degree Hockey)

Since the 2003-2004 season the record for most losses in a season is 51. The Avalanche are on pace to break that with 55. The Hockey News thinks the should just blow things up and rebuild around 21 year old forward Nathan MacKinnon. (THN)

Blues forward Vladimir Taraseko has hit a bit of a scoring drought. Would Avs forward Matt Duchene be the help he need to snap out of it. (St. Louis Game Time)

The Selke Trophy is given to the best defensive forward. Last year’s winner Anze Kopitar is having an off year what other candidates could be in the running. (Fanrag Sports)

Detroit’s 25 year playoff streak looks to be in jeopardy as the flounder in the standings. Wings GM Ken Holland is already announcing that they will not be making any moves at the trade deadline. (Winging it in Motown)

Finally former Stars announcer Ralph Strangis finished college: