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Anaheim Ducks defenceman asked to submit no-trade list so he can be traded


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Matt Garland
January 17, 2023  (9:50)
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Teams all around the league are beginning to prepare for the trade deadline, the Anaheim Ducks are included in this list. Reports state that Anaheim Ducks defenceman John Klingberg has submitted his 10-team approved trade list. However, he could still accept a trade to a team who is not on his list.

"(Klingberg) had a full no-trade until Jan. 1 and has now submitted that 10-team list because it is now a modified no-trade,» LeBrun explained on Insider Trading Thursday, «Ten teams that he could be traded to without him needing to waive his clause."

«The reality is Klingberg will want to go to a contender, so if it's a team that makes the best offer to the Anaheim Ducks that actually isn't on that 10-team list, I think that his reps at Newport Sports will want to work with Anaheim to get that best deal to get him on a playoff team. So I'm not sure that the 10-team list is paramount in this case as opposed to one of those 16 teams headed to the postseason.»

Ducks general manager Pat Verbeek is telling clubs around the league the asking price for the defenceman starts with a first-round pick.
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The 30 year old has five goals and 13 points in 36 games this season with the Ducks, who are near the bottom of the standings with a record of 12-27-4. He carries a $7 million cap hit on the one-year deal he signed with the Ducks in the summer.
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