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Tampa Bay interested in Josh Harding?

When Tampa Bay GM Steve Yzerman was spotted Wednesday night at a game between the Vancouver Canucks and the Minnesota Wild, speculation increased that he's considering making a move. But Tampa Bay's problems are such that it's hard to pinpoint whether he was taking a look at Josh Harding, Minnesota's backup goaltender who could be a worthy replacement to struggling Mathieu Garon or 42-year-old Dwayne Roloson, or the deep corps of defensemen on both the Wild and the Canucks. There's a good chance it was probably both.

Katie Baker, Grantland.com

Obviously this is not taken as a rumor or any kind of lead but it could make sense since we all know Harding is our best bet at being dealt.

What would be reasonable as a trade if we did in fact deal with Tampa Bay?

The opinions posted here are not those of Hockey Wilderness

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