There have been plenty of rumors flying around the NHL this past month, and there are plenty of big names available out there who are ready to join a winning club.
While the New Jersey Devils are still in the middle of the pack and have already made one move to acquire defenseman Kurtis Foster, they could be in line to make another move soon if they feel inclined to make improvements.
Everyone else seems to be sold on the idea that Zach Parise or Martin Brodeur will be moved before the deadline, but it is still conceivable that they could make a move for the betterment of the 2011-12 team, as well.
The Devils have a little over 3.1 million dollars in cap room to work with, and there are a few players available that might be able to fit under that cap once a trade is completed.
With the amount of talent spread amongst teams lacking the ability to make the playoffs this season, Devils GM Lou Lamoriello could pull off a trade that will help the team down the stretch as New Jersey makes a push toward the playoffs.
Let's take a look at some of the talent the Devils have that could be trade bait used for the improvement of this year's team as New Jersey continues their push toward the playoffs in 2012.