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(Proposal) Van-Win-Tor

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I have been thinking about this for a while now and I think this is a 3 way trade that works for all teams.

To Vancouver: Bryan Little, Patrice Cormier, 2nd 2013.

To Winnipeg: Nikolai Kulemin, Nazem Kadri, 1st 2013.

To Toronto: Roberto Luongo, Mason Raymond, Sauve.

Why for Vancouver? We get a 50 point Centerman in Little, a struggling Propect with good potential in Cormier, and a 2nd pick in a deep draft.

Why for Winnipeg? They have 7 centeman on their starting roster and could use a young prospect who has yet to live up to expectations in Toronto. They also get a young third liner in Kulemin and a 1st round draft pick in a deep draft. They also have Schefile,Antropov and Jokinen who will be their best centerman.

Why for Toronto? They get their #1 goalie for a long time and can easily make the playoffs. They also get a second line winger in Toronto in Hansen.

Lineup

Sedin-Sedin-Burrows

Booth-Kesler-Higgins

Hansen-Little-Kassian

Manny-Cormier-Lappy.

Hammer-Bieksa

Edler-Garrison

Ballard-Tanev

Schneids

Lack

Thanks Guys.

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Lol, you must have something against Yann Sauve or something. He's in every other proposal :)

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All this bull of "sauve and raymond suck!!!~~!! let's trade em everywhere?!!?"

ever get the idea another team doesn't want them? d:

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I'm not sure about putting Little on the 3rd line and make him play a specific kind of role, a checker? He's normally a 1st/2nd line type player. He would want to demand more ice team similar to Hodgson if we were to put him in the bottom 6.

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Wow, the first proposal involving the Jets that I actually think they would take.

Never been too high on Little to begin with. That said, he does have lots of talent. Kulemin isn't a terrible addition and boosts the payroll for them as well. Kadri is a gamble, but a good one at that. And the first is definitely a nice addition.

All in all, I think the Jets pull away as the clear winner in this trade.

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I would love this if I were a Jets fan.

Unfortunately (not really), I'm a Canucks fan and this deal doesn't appeal to me very much at all. I'd take my chances with Kadri and a 1st before going for Cormier and a 2nd.

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