The Winnipeg Jets are not done looking for a new defenceman, as they continue to mull trade possibilities.
In a new interview with the Winnipeg Free Press, GM Eric Starbuck said the team has not ruled out a trade for forward Connor McDevaughn.
The Winnipeg Jets currently sit second in the Metropolitan Division with 30 points from 15 games.
That could improve as the team looks to get back to the playoffs for the first time since the 2009-10 season.
Starbuck said he would like to add to the Winnipeg Jets roster before the NHL Entry Draft in June.
The Jets acquired McDevaunn from the Vancouver Canucks on June 27, and he was named the first-overall pick of the NHL Draft.
McDevoughn was a first-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft, but was dealt to the Buffalo Sabres for Rasmus Dahlin, a third-round draft pick and a second-round selection.
The 26-year-old McDevaughlin has played for six teams in six seasons, registering nine goals and 13 assists for 25 points in 65 games.
He was selected in the fourth round (143rd overall) by the Buffalo Wild in the 2015 NHL Entry Act.