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[Proposal] VAN - CHI, VAN - PHI

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To Chicago

Roberto Luongo

To Vancouver

Brent Seabrook

Everyone knows about this first trade. Chicago could use a goalie, and we could use someone that would play on the ice instead of being on the bench.

To Philadelphia

Alexander Edler

David Booth

Zack Kassian

2nd Round Pick

To Vancouver

Scott Hartnell

Wayne Simmonds

Sean Couturier

Getting Seabrook from the Chicago trade allows us to trade Edler away for some key pieces. Philadelphia, as evidenced by their gigantic offer sheet to Shea Weber and similarly gigantic contract offer to Ryan Suter, are searching for a franchise defenseman. Alexander Edler can fit that bill. With the right team Edler can flourish into one of the league's top defenseman. Philadelphia gets their cornerstone defensive piece and receives some scoring help in the form of Booth and youth in Kassian.

Vancouver gets much needed top-6 scoring and toughness in Wayne Simmonds and Scott Hartnell. Moreover, the Canucks add youth to their aging roster with Sean Couturier (albeit by giving up Zack Kassian and a pick to get him).

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Daniel - Henrik - Burrows

Hartnell - Kesler - Simmonds

Higgins - Couturier - Hansen

Raymond - Malhotra - Lapierre

Hamhuis - Bieksa

Garrison - Seabrook

Ballard - Tanev

Schneider

Läck

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Conclusion: The Canucks move key marquee players in Luongo and Edler but maintain the defensive strength on the back end, improve their top 6 scoring, gain solid pieces for the future, and overall get bigger and tougher.

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I am amazed, a trade that included a really good prospect instead of an underachieving one!

:towel:

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Take out Kassian and Hartnell then I think both teams would consider.

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Neither trade would go through and I doubt us making a trade with Chicago.

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Take out Kassian and Hartnell then I think both teams would consider.

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No way Chicago accepts.

And if you bring back Hartnell from Philly, you gotta reunite the Sedin triplets!

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Seabrooks career would go Ballard-up if he were to come here. One look at the Orca on his chest and he won't be able to get Raffi Torres out of his mind. He would go all Xavier Laflemme on us (Goon reference)

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No way Chicago accepts.

And if you bring back Hartnell from Philly, you gotta reunite the Sedin triplets!

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Couturier is untouchable for philly, him and giroux are gods there and for good reason.

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To Chicago

Roberto Luongo

To Vancouver

Brent Seabrook

To Philadelphia

Alexander Edler

David Booth

Zack Kassian

2nd Round Pick

To Vancouver

Scott Hartnell

Wayne Simmonds

Sean Couturier

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To Chicago

Roberto Luongo

To Vancouver

Brent Seabrook

Everyone knows about this first trade. Chicago could use a goalie, and we could use someone that would play on the ice instead of being on the bench.

To Philadelphia

Alexander Edler

David Booth

Zack Kassian

2nd Round Pick

To Vancouver

Scott Hartnell

Wayne Simmonds

Sean Couturier

Getting Seabrook from the Chicago trade allows us to trade Edler away for some key pieces. Philadelphia, as evidenced by their gigantic offer sheet to Shea Weber and similarly gigantic contract offer to Ryan Suter, are searching for a franchise defenseman. Alexander Edler can fit that bill. With the right team Edler can flourish into one of the league's top defenseman. Philadelphia gets their cornerstone defensive piece and receives some scoring help in the form of Booth and youth in Kassian.

Vancouver gets much needed top-6 scoring and toughness in Wayne Simmonds and Scott Hartnell. Moreover, the Canucks add youth to their aging roster with Sean Couturier (albeit by giving up Zack Kassian and a pick to get him).

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Daniel - Henrik - Burrows

Hartnell - Kesler - Simmonds

Higgins - Couturier - Hansen

Raymond - Malhotra - Lapierre

Hamhuis - Bieksa

Garrison - Seabrook

Ballard - Tanev

Schneider

Läck

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Conclusion: The Canucks move key marquee players in Luongo and Edler but maintain the defensive strength on the back end, improve their top 6 scoring, gain solid pieces for the future, and overall get bigger and tougher.

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