The Ottawa Senators’ inability to re-sign potential unrestricted free agent Kyle Turris was the impetus for Sunday's three-team blockbuster deal that involved Turris, Matt Duchene, plus four other players and three draft picks.

The Senators didn’t want the risk of having Turris leave without landing anything in return.

Here are six other players, also free agents this offseason, who might be moved:

Defenseman Mike Green (Detroit Red Wings): The Red Wings are trying to rebuild on the fly, and it’s unlikely they will re-sign Green.

He is playing impressively, posting 13 points in 16 games. His plus-minus is plus-5.

With several teams looking for a skilled defenseman, Green could command at least a draft pick and a quality prospect on the open market.

Left wing Evander Kane (Buffalo Sabres): The Sabres’ disappointing start further strengthens the likelihood that Kane will be shipped out before the trade deadline.

Kane has bite to go with his scoring touch and that makes him desirable. He scored 28 times last season and has 13 points in 14 games now.

One fact undermining his value is that he has no playoff experience. His team has missed the playoffs for eight consecutive seasons.