Though Kyle Connor's intent is still to negotiate and sign a contract with the Winnipeg Jets, some teams reached out to the winger's camp Wednesday on the first day of the restricted free-agent speaking period, according to TSN's Pierre LeBrun.
Connor, a pending RFA, buried 34 goals and produced 66 points while playing all 82 games in his second full campaign with Winnipeg.
The 22-year-old notched 31 goals and 57 points while appearing in 76 regular-season contests in 2017-18.
Connor is coming off his entry-level contract, which carried a cap hit of $925,000. The Jets drafted him 17th overall in 2015.
The window for teams to speak with RFAs from other clubs opened Wednesday morning at midnight.