Alright lets start with the first trade and break it down. Why would a team like Vancouver want Orlov, and where did you get the solid two way defensemen part from. Have you never seen him play, and just look at his stats to justify that statement. Vancouver's defense is good enough, and we don't need another player in the press box, because there is no room on our blue line. The following is a quote from Hockey's future that states that Orlov is a freelancing offensive minded blueliner. His defensive game could be refined, but in no way is he a two way defensemen at this point in his career. If you look further down on the site, it also says that at this stage in his career he still needs to develop defensive aspects of his game. Thus this disproves your statement judging how good he is.
Orlov is a talented, smooth skating offensive defenseman who prefers to press the attack and create scoring opportunities at all times. His freelancing at times creates openings for the opposition, but Orlov is a constant threat. He is a decent sized player with a strong core but does not play an overly physical game. His strong suit is his creativity and high skill level which allows him to execute the complex plays he conceives. His shooting is accurate if not powerful and he is also adept at finding teammates with quick passes.
Onto the trade. Why would Vancouver give up a player like Hansen, when our forwards is the group that needs more depth. We are creating a hole in our roster to plug a non existent hole on our blueline. Furthermore Hansen can kill penalties, has speed, is gritty, and has some playmaking ability. All aspects that you like in your forward group, as shown in your other threads. That's just pure contradiction. Your trading a forward who can hit for a defense man who cannot hit and has an undeveloped defensive game at this point in time.
On the Dallas Stars trade. I would love to make that deal, but unfortunately Dallas would not. They have a decent defense group which is anchored by Alex Goligoski, Stephane Robidas, Trevor Daley, and Phillip Larsen. They don't need another big defensemen, and certainly not at the cost of their star forward Jamie Benn. Dallas needs more offense, and they would be looking and acquiring one of David Booth or Alex Burrows before Alex Edler. One more point that would make this trade fall through quickly is the fact that Edler may be a UFA, and might never even throw on the Stars Jersey. You don't trade your star forward for a potential rental player. The theory of filling one hole, but creating another hole applies here again, except this time with the Stars having nothing to do with the trade. We trade our big hitter defensemen which again you seem to like, for a forward who can hit in the mould of Kesler (More offensively skilled though)
Now onto the Leafs trade. Using the same points as before, why do we need another defensemen that has trouble cracking the leafs roster. Our center position is pretty set, and we have prospects such as Schroeder who is ready for a chance to play in the NHL. We have Jensen and Gaunce who are developing that again could potentially make our squad in the coming years. Even with a 1st round pick from the Leafs that trade needs major major work. We would have to look at prospects such as Tyler Biggs or Jerry D'Aimgo for this to ahppen.
Now for the Raymond trade. True we do get younger getting a bag of chips in return, unless that bag is from the 1980's than we are in trouble. However Raymond does have value, but not whilst playing on our team just like Grabner. Raymond has speed, and he has offensive skill and on the right team where he can play a second line spot consistently he could be used. His speed is used to kill penalties, and to forecheck. You don't need to trade him for a bag of scraps. He doesn't have the most value, but he does have some. CDC in general needs to realize his value isn't the sky, but it's not the ground either.
Overall your proposals are terrible, with absolutely no reasoning for any team to do a thing. You suggested we sign a 4th liner. Well why don't you suggest one instead of making us work since you are writing the proposal. I could make a proposal equally as easy doing this
Kris Letang, Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin
Everything worth value
Next... sign 4 top six forwards, 2 shutdown forwards, 4 puckmoving mobile defensemen, a starting goalie, and a 4th line hitter.
Fix these in your proposals... and you might have something half readable:
1. Spelling and Grammer (hard to believe your roughly 27. The school must have been really poor)
2. Reasoning for both teams
3. Proper value of players
4. Use players names instead of a hypothetical "4th liner" etc.