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Lock out full year trades for Van

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i'm thinking thats along the lines of what we will get though.

Luongo being 34 at the start of next year and Edler only having one year of his contract left

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Even though we gain a few picks, Franson and Nino, we don't improve as much as we should in our current line up if we do move Luongo and Edler. But 3 firsts in 2013 would be incredible.

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Money. They have enough money to throw at him, he would resign there... plus they will be a good team in a few years there is no reason why players wouldn't want to go there

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This. I don't think there's a spot on this team for Franson right now, unless Ballard gets traded. So maybe we could push for Ashton and a 1st instead?

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Both deals could work if done correctly.

If we could get JM Liles or Gunnarson in the deal, then Edler could be expendable with his current contract. Or if the season is a full lockout de Haan and a first for Edler and Raymond, or something slong those lines.

Personally, I would move Luongo and Edler if we had 3 firsts, a top 4 dman and a top prospect in return. (ie. Liles and de Haan)

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This looks fine:

Hamhuis/Bieksa

Garrison/Liles

Ballard/Tanev

And NYI's first could get us Ristolainen or Monahan.

TOR's could get Rychel/Morrissey if they drop.

Morrissey/Ristolainen, Connauton, Sauve, Tanev, Corrado, McNally, McEneny possibly.

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People still aren't understanding that Lou's contract combined with the control he has concerning destination is really crippling MG's ability to make a fair deal.

Lou is 33 yrs old and will be paid 6.7 mil. until he's 39 yrs old. That's a pretty sizable commitment for any team to make; especially if the cap goes down.

Everyone knows he wants to go back to Florida and is doing his best to steer MG in that direction. Combine this with the above issue and it spells a, " get what you can," scenario for MG.

To Vancouver:

2013 1st & 2nd rnd pick

To Florida:

Roberto Luongo

Of course this is all pending a new CBA, but if MG can get decent futures for Lou, I would consider it a victory for us. It also saves us a pile of cap space.

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NYI need a defensmen and one of Edlers Caliber is hard to obtain. Keep in mind the NYI have had troubles with Nino two years in a row. a -29 rating in 55 games is a sign of needing a fresh start somewheres else.

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Franson would be in the Luongo trade if he ended up going to the Leafs but they won't throw in a 1st as well. Burke already learned what counting your chickens before they hatch means.

Islanders aren't going to trade their 1st unless it's for a youngerish player with term that should get them into the playoffs. Say the same package from the Islanders for Subban.

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I'd rather do:

To Tor:

Luongo

To Van:

Colborne, 1st (2013)

To NYI:

Edler, Higgins, Lack, Booth

To Van: Tavares

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what is most likely to happen is Luongo goes to Florida

Let's just hope that a trade like this would happen

To Florida:

Luongo, Raymond, Sauve

To Vancouver

Bjugstad, 2013 1st

To NYI

Ballard

To Van

2013 2nd, 2014 2nd

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what is most likely to happen is Luongo goes to Florida

Let's just hope that a trade like this would happen

To Florida:

Luongo, Raymond, Sauve

To Vancouver

Bjugstad, 2013 1st

To NYI

Ballard

To Van

2013 2nd, 2014 2nd

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Nino could very well be, just another Gilbert Brule. We could get WAY more IMO for Edler.

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If the entire season is lost but still counts against the players contract then both Edler and Raymond will be UFA's and as such the return will be a fraction of what has been suggested on this thread. For Edler's rights I'm thinking a 2nd round pick and a middling prospect. Raymond's rights won't fetch anything

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you want to talk about "iffy prospects", niederreiter proved last season hes about as iffy as a top prospect can be seeing as how he had 1 goal and no assists for a grand total of 1 point in 55 games with the islanders, so im not exactly convinced it is worth dealing edler for him.

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If the full year is locked out; Edler and Raymond are both UFA. We have no trade option!

We get bupkus for both potentially.

<_<

Both deals could work if done correctly.

If we could get JM Liles or Gunnarson in the deal, then Edler could be expendable with his current contract. Or if the season is a full lockout de Haan and a first for Edler and Raymond, or something slong those lines.

Personally, I would move Luongo and Edler if we had 3 firsts, a top 4 dman and a top prospect in return. (ie. Liles and de Haan)

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Higgins is too good to play on the 4th line....sure, he could do it, but he deserves to be in the top six. the only reason why he isn't there is because we have a bunch of studs and a soon to be stud (kassian) packed into the top six.

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