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I think we need a spot where folks can put their whole roster for discussion purposes. Imagining single trades doesn't give you a great picture of what we would end up with in the end.

Of course most of the moves will never happen, but this is what armchair GMing is all about... promoting discussion and talking about roster moves. I know that I am asking in vain... but if folks don't agree with a roster suggestion, add some actual content rather than just trolling with one-line comments.

Here is one idea, I think we need some changes but not blowing up the whole roster:

Trade away the farm for Weber, and get him in a sign and trade deal (you don't trade core guys for him if he is not signed already). I suspect the chance of Weber actually wanting to move become more remote the more success Nashville has in this playoffs. The only roster players I would say are untouchable are the Sedins and the only prospect is Jensen.

Lets say we have to overpay and send Booth, Edler, Schroeder and a pick for Weber

Then we move Luongo and Ballard to Tampa for Malone and a pick

Sign low risk veteran guys to fill some gaps and see who works out. For example Huselius is coming off a bad injury so can be had for cheaper than his current contract... if he is recovered then you would be hard pressed to find a better complement on the 2nd line. If he doesn't work out, you waive him and find another mid-season or try a prospect like Jensen to see if he is ready.

CAPGEEK.COM CAP CALCULATOR ROSTER

My Custom Lineup

FORWARDS

Daniel Sedin ($6.100m) / Henrik Sedin ($6.100m) / Alexandre Burrows ($2.000m)

Kristian Huselius ($3.000m) / Ryan Kesler ($5.000m) / Ryan Malone ($4.500m)

Jannik Hansen ($1.350m) / Manny Malhotra ($2.500m) / Chris Higgins ($1.900m)

Zack Kassian ($0.870m) / Maxim Lapierre ($1.000m) / Travis Moen ($1.500m)

Andrew Ebbett ($0.525m) /

DEFENSEMEN

Shea Weber ($6.500m) / Dan Hamhuis ($4.500m)

Kevin Bieksa ($4.600m) / Sami Salo ($2.000m)

Shaone Morrisonn ($2.075m) / Chris Tanev ($0.900m)

Andrew Alberts ($1.225m) /

GOALTENDERS

Cory Schneider ($3.000m)

Curtis Sanford ($0.600m)

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CAPGEEK.COM TOTALS (follow @capgeek on Twitter)

(these totals are compiled without the bonus cushion)

SALARY CAP: $64,300,000; CAP PAYROLL: $61,745,000; BONUSES: $0

CAP SPACE (22-man roster): $2,555,000

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I dont want to be a lay down larry, but we are not getting Weber.

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Huselius is ridiculously injury prone. I'd much rather have Booth.

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Ballard

Malhotra

To Van

2nd, 3rd, 4th round picks

To NJ (prior to free agency assuming Parise wont come to terms with the Devils)

2nd rd pick

To Van

Rights to Parise prior to july 1st

To Nsh

Rights to Raymond

To Van

rights to Suter prior to july 1st

To Tampa

Luongo

To Van

Det 1st rd pick

Tb 1st rd pick

To Wsh bring home BC boy, change of scenery for Edler for a more defensive minded d-man

Edler

To Van

Alzner

To CBJ

1st Det

1st Van

1st TBL

To Van

2nd overall- draft Murray

Sign

Parise- sign at 6 years @ 6.1 mil cap hit

Suter- sign long term at 6 mil cap hit

Gaustad-2 mil cap hit, 2 years

Volpatti, Bitz, Pinnizotto 800, 000 each

Schneider-4 years, 3.5 mil cap hit

Lack- 3 years, 900,000 cap hit

Gragnani- 3 years, 1.2mil cap hit

Line Up

Sedin-Sedin-Burrows

Parise-Kesler-Booth

Higgins-Gaustad-Kassian/Hansen

Hansen/Kassian-Lappiere-Bitz

Duco-Volpatti-Pinnizotto

Suter-Hamhuis

Alzner-Bieksa

Murray-Tanev

Alberts-Connauton

Schneider

Lack

Roster Size 25

Salary Cap $65,000,000

Salary Cap Payroll $61,392,500

Bonuses $1,260,000

Salary Cap Space $3,607,500

The addition of Parise bring , skill and playmaking ability to the second line and solidifies both powerplay units. The additions of Gaustad and Kassian joining him on the Third inserts toughness and size into our top nine and have both shut down capabilities and a scoring touch. The 4th line will also maintain its size and ability to play the game and not be a liability on the ice and supplying the much needed toughness when called upon. On Defence the addition of Suter which is obviously an upgrade any way you look at it and Alzner is a good young Defenceman capable of a shut down role and plays the right side. These changes give the team a new identity

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Yup, hes more injury prone then Salo. Salo looked GREAT this year! He only missed a few games because of the FREAKING Boston hit, and he was PISSED!!!!!!! Never seen Salo pissed before, EVER!!!! And that time, he was furious!!

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Ballard

Malhotra

To Van

2nd, 3rd, 4th round picks

To NJ (prior to free agency assuming Parise wont come to terms with the Devils)

2nd rd pick

To Van

Rights to Parise prior to july 1st

To Nsh

Rights to Raymond

To Van

rights to Suter prior to july 1st

To Tampa

Luongo

To Van

Det 1st rd pick

Tb 1st rd pick

To Wsh                     bring home BC boy, change of scenery for Edler for a more defensive minded d-man

Edler

To Van

Alzner

To CBJ

1st Det

1st Van

1st TBL

To Van

2nd overall- draft Murray

Sign

Parise- sign at 6 years @ 6.1 mil cap hit

Suter- sign long term at 6 mil cap hit

Gaustad-2 mil cap hit, 2 years

Volpatti, Bitz, Pinnizotto 800, 000 each

Schneider-4 years, 3.5 mil cap hit

Lack- 3 years, 900,000 cap hit

Gragnani- 3 years, 1.2mil cap hit

Line Up

Sedin-Sedin-Burrows

Parise-Kesler-Booth

Higgins-Gaustad-Kassian/Hansen

Hansen/Kassian-Lappiere-Bitz

Duco-Volpatti-Pinnizotto

Suter-Hamhuis

Alzner-Bieksa

Murray-Tanev

Alberts-Connauton

Schneider

Lack

Roster Size  25

Salary Cap $65,000,000

Salary Cap Payroll $61,392,500

Bonuses $1,260,000

Salary Cap Space $3,607,500

The addition of Parise  bring , skill and playmaking ability to the second line and solidifies both powerplay units. The additions of Gaustad and Kassian joining him on the Third inserts toughness and size into our top nine and have both shut down capabilities and a scoring touch. The 4th line will also maintain its size and ability to play the game and not be a liability on the ice and supplying the much needed toughness when called upon. On Defence the addition of Suter which is obviously an upgrade any way you look at it and Alzner is a good young Defenceman capable of a shut down role and plays the right side. These changes give the team a new identity

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Ballard

Malhotra

To Van

2nd, 3rd, 4th round picks

To NJ (prior to free agency assuming Parise wont come to terms with the Devils)

2nd rd pick

To Van

Rights to Parise prior to july 1st

To Nsh

Rights to Raymond

To Van

rights to Suter prior to july 1st

To Tampa

Luongo

To Van

Det 1st rd pick

Tb 1st rd pick

To Wsh bring home BC boy, change of scenery for Edler for a more defensive minded d-man

Edler

To Van

Alzner

To CBJ

1st Det

1st Van

1st TBL

To Van

2nd overall- draft Murray

Sign

Parise- sign at 6 years @ 6.1 mil cap hit

Suter- sign long term at 6 mil cap hit

Gaustad-2 mil cap hit, 2 years

Volpatti, Bitz, Pinnizotto 800, 000 each

Schneider-4 years, 3.5 mil cap hit

Lack- 3 years, 900,000 cap hit

Gragnani- 3 years, 1.2mil cap hit

Line Up

Sedin-Sedin-Burrows

Parise-Kesler-Booth

Higgins-Gaustad-Kassian/Hansen

Hansen/Kassian-Lappiere-Bitz

Duco-Volpatti-Pinnizotto

Suter-Hamhuis

Alzner-Bieksa

Murray-Tanev

Alberts-Connauton

Schneider

Lack

Roster Size 25

Salary Cap $65,000,000

Salary Cap Payroll $61,392,500

Bonuses $1,260,000

Salary Cap Space $3,607,500

The addition of Parise bring , skill and playmaking ability to the second line and solidifies both powerplay units. The additions of Gaustad and Kassian joining him on the Third inserts toughness and size into our top nine and have both shut down capabilities and a scoring touch. The 4th line will also maintain its size and ability to play the game and not be a liability on the ice and supplying the much needed toughness when called upon. On Defence the addition of Suter which is obviously an upgrade any way you look at it and Alzner is a good young Defenceman capable of a shut down role and plays the right side. These changes give the team a new identity

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Rights for Suter for rights to Raymond......please put the crack pipe down.

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suter is UFA and Raymond is RFA know the difference, NSh could use a defensivly aware guy like Raymond who adds a little offence.

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To San Jose

Ryan Kesler (Young Scorer, two-way forward to go along with Couture)

To Van

Joe Pavelski (30 g,31 a and only 26! hes one of the most under-rated players in the NHL)

To Anaheim

Alex Edler

3rd round Pick

To Van

Ryan Getzlaf

Signing:Brad Stuart, Denis Wideman,Sami Salo, Cory Schneider

Sedin-Sedin-Burrows (reliable line)

Booth-Getzlaf-Pavelski (Big, gritty line that can score,hit and check)

Higgins-Schroeder-Hansen (Scoring line that has a bit of grit on the edges with finesse at centre)

Weise-Lapierre-Kassian (4th line to agitate other teams and play minutes against bigger teams)

Bieksa-Hamhuis (play well together, good at both ends of the ice...for the most part)

Stuart-Wideman (good, strong players that can hold their own and get the job done)

Tanev-Salo ( Salo can mentor Tanev as well as Sauve who is one of our best defensive prospects)

Schneider

Lack

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Kesler for Pavelski?!?!? No thanks, I'd rather keep our Selke-winning centre. I'd only give up Kesler (in a package) only if we're getting someone better.

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To San Jose

Ryan Kesler (Young Scorer, two-way forward to go along with Couture)

To Van

Joe Pavelski (30 g,31 a and only 26! hes one of the most under-rated players in the NHL)

To Anaheim

Alex Edler

3rd round Pick

To Van

Ryan Getzlaf

Signing:Brad Stuart, Denis Wideman,Sami Salo, Cory Schneider

Sedin-Sedin-Burrows (reliable line)

Booth-Getzlaf-Pavelski (Big, gritty line that can score,hit and check)

Higgins-Schroeder-Hansen (Scoring line that has a bit of grit on the edges with finesse at centre)

Weise-Lapierre-Kassian (4th line to agitate other teams and play minutes against bigger teams)

Bieksa-Hamhuis (play well together, good at both ends of the ice...for the most part)

Stuart-Wideman (good, strong players that can hold their own and get the job done)

Tanev-Salo ( Salo can mentor Tanev as well as Sauve who is one of our best defensive prospects)

Schneider

Lack

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suter is UFA and Raymond is RFA know the difference, NSh could use a defensivly aware guy like Raymond who adds a little offence.

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Dude your nuts, raymond is a bum!!!. Guy is so small he can't go on some rides at the PNE.

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Dude your nuts, raymond is a bum!!!. Guy is so small he can't go on some rides at the PNE.

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Who do you want to trade for Suter's UFA RIGHTS?? Kesler and Edler? Maybe we should trade those two and when Suter doesn't sign, you will be giddy about how we won the trade and had the pleasure of talking to Suter for a couple of days. Get real man, its for rights not a straight up trade for a signed Suter.

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