The Red Wings are apparently listening to offers for defenseman.  

Most of the season, Detroit has had good backend depth.   

ESPN's Emily Kaplan writes that the Red Wings are considering offers on some blueliners amid a weak trade market.  

Kaplan's report doesn't indicate which players they're listening on, but the shorter list may represent ones they wouldn't move.  

Moritz Seider is out, while Jake Walman is having a stellar year and is on a value contract, so GM Steve Yzerman may not trade him.  

However, games to lead Detroit rearguards in scoring are open to interpretation. A playoff contender may try to sign him on a one-year, $4.125M contract.   

The Red Wings are still in the playoff hunt, so trading a key player may not be the best way to halt their streak.  

Among their other defenders, Justin Holl hasn't had the season Detroit wanted after paying him $3.4M per year for three.   

He has often been the odd man out in their defensive rotation, so they may want to avoid those final two years.   

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