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The Wild should add one particular player at trade deadline.

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The Minnesota Wild have already established themselves as a Stanley Cup contenders, but tweaking the team's lineup for the better couldn't hurt their situation.

Although the team is firing on all cylinders, getting contributions from all four lines, there is one player that the team could acquire for an inexpensive price.

The Vancouver Canucks have a couple of big names that they are looking to deal at this year's trade deadline, including forward Alex Burrows.

The Wild currently sport the fourth-best offense and second-best defense - in terms of goals for and goals against, but could use some additional experience and scoring on the fourth line.

 That line currently boats the likes of Chris StewartErik Haula, and Jordan Schroeder. Burrows could be considered an improvement over Schroeder, in terms of both offensive output and playoff experience.

The longtime Canucks' winger is considered a valuable playoff player, having racked up 34 points through 70 career playoff appearances.

Although the team does not need to make major changes to their lineup, Burrows could be a valuable piece for a team that has reached the third round of the playoffs just once in its previous 16 seasons.