The Vancouver Canucks started off their season with some potential but it's mostly been downhill since then.
We learned that the team is trying hard to trade forward Sven Baertschi, but nobody really seems interested.
Now it seems that Canucks general manager Jim Benning is almost ready for a fire sale.
According to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman, the Canucks will likely listen to offers on forwards Josh Leivo and Michael Ferland as well as defenseman Chris Tanev and goalie Jacob Markstrom.
All four will be UFA after this season and if they can't get deals done before February, they'll likely be on their way out.
"We’ll see what happens from now until February, and how negotiations go — but there will be interest in Josh Leivo and Chris Tanev. I’d include Jacob Markstrom, but goalies are tricky. Some teams hate doing that at the deadline, believing that it’s too difficult a position to integrate. And many of the contenders seem good in net.
I don’t believe anyone is ruling out Micheal Ferland for the season, as has been rumoured in British Columbia. But I do believe no one’s going to be rushing him back into the lineup."