The Florida Panthers are in the middle of a playoff push and are looking to make a move. 

While the team has plenty of offensive fire power, they've been struggling on the backend thanks to an extremely disappointing season by goalie Sergei Bobrovsky and a weak blueline. 

To fix the problem, the Panthers are willing to sacrifice some of their scoring to get some defensive help. 

NHL insider Pierre LeBrun revealed that the Panthers have asked Mike Hoffman to submit his 10 team no trade list. 

Hoffman could bring some real offensive help to a team as he scored 36 goals last year and already has 20 goals this year in 53 games. 

The 30 year old sniper will be UFA after this season and carries a $5.187million cap hit this season. 

Source: Pierre Lebrun The Athletic