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Edmonton Oilers GM Kevin Lowe said he will take his time in trading superstar defenseman Chris Pronger, but that won't stop teams from calling.
The Oilers have reportedly spoken to at least a dozen teams regarding Pronger.

According to the Chicago Daily Herald, the Blackhawks, Ottawa Senators, Florida Panthers, New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs have all shown a significant interest.

Citing one report, the paper claims the Senators offered Martin Havlat, Chris Phillips and a first-round draft pick for Pronger, while the Panthers offered a package revolving around Jay Bouwmeester.
Other reports have suggested the Oilers have also been speaking to the likes of the Philadelphia Flyers and San Jose Sharks.
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