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Trade #1

To TB - Luongo, Ballard and Raymond

To Van - Brett Connolly, Ryan Malone and a 1st round pick

Trade #2

To Anaheim - Ryan Kesler, David Booth

To Vancouver - Ryan Getzlaf and 2nd round pick

Then sign Ryan Suter and Paul Gaustad.

Sedin-Sedin-Burrows

Malone-Getzlaf-Connolly

Hansen-Gaustad-Higgins

Kassian-Malhotra-Lapierre

Suter-Edler

Bieksa-Hamhuis

Salo-Tanev

Schneider

Lack

Second line needs a play making centre, and as great as Kesler is, he is not a playmaker. Getzlaf is that, and Malone IMO is a better version of Booth. This would also bring the BC kid Brett Connolly back home. The guy is a top notch prospect who was the 6th overall pick in 2010. This also adds size to the lineup (Malone, Getzlaf, Connolly and Gaustad are all 6'2" or above)

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The need to be bigger is more evident than ever. Kings owned us in this series, played us like boston did. Guys with speed like booth, raymond are almost useless and need to go. Burrows was useless in these playoffs, kesler NEEDS to score plain and simple, sedins cant win every game on their own and what can you say about edler but he is still young and is a good part of our core.

Lots of decisions for MG this offseason but please no more dumb trades, really missed samuelsson, was not impressed with booth this year.

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Trade #1

To TB - Luongo, Ballard and Raymond

To Van - Brett Connolly, Ryan Malone and a 1st round pick

Trade #2

To Anaheim - Ryan Kesler, David Booth

To Vancouver - Ryan Getzlaf and 2nd round pick

Then sign Ryan Suter and Paul Gaustad.

Sedin-Sedin-Burrows

Malone-Getzlaf-Connolly

Hansen-Gaustad-Higgins

Kassian-Malhotra-Lapierre

Suter-Edler

Bieksa-Hamhuis

Salo-Tanev

Schneider

Lack

Second line needs a play making centre, and as great as Kesler is, he is not a playmaker. Getzlaf is that, and Malone IMO is a better version of Booth. This would also bring the BC kid Brett Connolly back home. The guy is a top notch prospect who was the 6th overall pick in 2010. This also adds size to the lineup (Malone, Getzlaf, Connolly and Gaustad are all 6'2" or above)

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Super_Canuck the point I think he's trying to make is that a deal has to make sense for both sides, you are trading Luongo, Ballard & Raymond to Tampa Bay, explain why Tampa would even consider this move?................and PLEASE look at it on the side of Tampa, ie. HUGE contracts in both Luongo & Ballard and a skater, non-scorer in Raymond..................in Vancouver eyes dumping salary & getting a top prospect & 1st round pick looks great, but this is the real world & Steve Yzerman is no fool...............you can't throw in Malone and say it makes sense dollar wise..................the value is not there for Tampa no matter how you twist this..................

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I'm going to stop reading proposals that have "Sign Suter/Parise/etc" as an add on at the bottom. If you can't make a case for why they'd sign here like you have to do when proposing trading for players, you can't realistically include them.

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I really like the Getzlaf-Kesler deal. And i'm pretty sure it's not so far fetched.

On the other hand TB's deal is awful

Malone = Ballard (Two useless, cap eater, players)

1st pick >>>>> Raymond

Connolly > Luongo (even if TB needs him badly) There are already stuck with Vinny's contract

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I'm going to stop reading proposals that have "Sign Suter/Parise/etc" as an add on at the bottom. If you can't make a case for why they'd sign here like you have to do when proposing trading for players, you can't realistically include them.

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I'm going to stop reading proposals that have "Sign Suter/Parise/etc" as an add on at the bottom. If you can't make a case for why they'd sign here like you have to do when proposing trading for players, you can't realistically include them.

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He's only ever had one good playoff series and that's against nashville last year,... Every other year and this year he has been disappointing in the playoffs. If canucks ever wants to gain back their respect in the league they got to get rid of players like Kesler and lapierre

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Super_Canuck the point I think he's trying to make is that a deal has to make sense for both sides, you are trading Luongo, Ballard & Raymond to Tampa Bay, explain why Tampa would even consider this move?................and PLEASE look at it on the side of Tampa, ie. HUGE contracts in both Luongo & Ballard and a skater, non-scorer in Raymond..................in Vancouver eyes dumping salary & getting a top prospect & 1st round pick looks great, but this is the real world & Steve Yzerman is no fool...............you can't throw in Malone and say it makes sense dollar wise..................the value is not there for Tampa no matter how you twist this..................

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Trade #1

To TB - Luongo, Ballard and Raymond

To Van - Brett Connolly, Ryan Malone and a 1st round pick

Trade #2

To Anaheim - Ryan Kesler, David Booth

To Vancouver - Ryan Getzlaf and 2nd round pick

Then sign Ryan Suter and Paul Gaustad.

Sedin-Sedin-Burrows

Malone-Getzlaf-Connolly

Hansen-Gaustad-Higgins

Kassian-Malhotra-Lapierre

Suter-Edler

Bieksa-Hamhuis

Salo-Tanev

Schneider

Lack

Second line needs a play making centre, and as great as Kesler is, he is not a playmaker. Getzlaf is that, and Malone IMO is a better version of Booth. This would also bring the BC kid Brett Connolly back home. The guy is a top notch prospect who was the 6th overall pick in 2010. This also adds size to the lineup (Malone, Getzlaf, Connolly and Gaustad are all 6'2" or above)

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