As per 12:30 p.m., TSN reports Bob McKenzie was reporting that a Marc Savard-for-Robyn Regehr deal with Calgary was a “serious consideration for both clubs.” But Savard has not been asked by the Bruins to waive his no-trade clause and Regehr also has a no-movement clause.

Regehr, 30, is a left shot with three years left on his deal worth an annual cap hit of $4,020,000.

A straight-up, one-for-one deal would leave the Bruins with nine forwards and six defense and would probably mean general manager Peter Chiarelli has a deal to move one of his blueliners in order to make room to re-sign Mark Stuart.

As of 12:45 p.m., CSNNE.com writer Joe Haggerty wrote there’s Western Conference interest in Savard, but Calgary deal “is unlikely.”