Craig Anderson made it clear he doesn't want to play anywhere but Ottawa.
Though some of his teammates, especially forwards Mark Stone, Matt Duchene and Ryan Dzingel could be traded before the deadline, the 37-year-old goalie told The Athletic on Monday he wants to stay put.
"I've been here since February 2011. This is the organization that has given me pretty much everything in this game," said Anderson, who has been with the Senators since he was traded to Ottawa by the Colorado Avalanche on Feb. 18, 2011. "I love this organization, I love this city, I love the fans, everything about it. This is home to me. Again, it's outside of my control."
The report said Anderson has a modified no-trade clause with a 10-team no-trade list.
"If they say they've got something for me, we'll cross that bridge when it comes, but at this point it's status quo, everything is great," he said, adding: "It's definitely in the back of my mind."
Anderson is 14-16-3 with a 3.50 goals-against average and .906 save percentage in 34 games (33 starts) this season.