Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith has had a long and storied career with the organization, but that time could potentially be coming to an end, as a new report indicates that the team may be looking to work out a trade with a specific group of teams.

According to the report from Hockey Night in Canada’s Elliotte Friedman, Keith and the Blackhawks are working on a trade that would send the defenseman to a team in the Pacific Northwest or western Canada:

“Word is Keith and the team are working together to get him to a place he wants to go,” Friedman said in the tweet.

Keith, who was born in Winnipeg and played junior hockey in Penticton, located in British Columbia in western Canada, has a no-movement clause in his contract with the Blackhawks, meaning that he would have to sign off on any trade.