You're not getting Versteeg, period.
Don't want him anyway. Not a good fit for Vancouver - and don't want his 4.5 million cap hit or whatever it winds up being. Raymond could just as readily put up 50 points as a second line winger, at a 2.2 million cap hit, stifling speed on the backcheck / good two way game. If the Canucks are going to upgrade their top six, they'll need a power forward on the right wing, something Florida and Toronto don't really have to offer - something they are trying to land in making a bid for Doan. I'm not going to assume Doan is going back to a thinned out Coyotes, or simply fishing for the biggest offer.
Regarding your other post, I'm not sure if you were still talking about Vancouver when you made this point...
"The bottom two lines seemed lackadaisical, phlegmatic. I mean, they were skating, but didn't seem to get anything done"
but if you were, I'd have to fundamentally disagree.
The Canucks third line has actually been outstanding - Higgins and Hansen are serious two-way, energy players who don't take shifts, let alone games off - they have been great regardless of who has centered them, and often the Canucks best line. The fourth line with Lapierre and Malhotra are a seriously effective defensive zone start line...
The Canucks could use a third line center, could use a physical right handed shutdown defenseman, could use a natural right winger, but really nothing pressing - they have another young center who imo will be every bit as capable as Hodgson was (Schroeder) - their needs are really limited to upgrades/depth - they also just drafted a couple more centers in the 1st and 2nd rounds. If Florida wants the stability that Luongo brings, they'll have to be willing to part with a bit of youth.