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Here are the trades:

To Vancouver: Steve Ott

To Dallas: David Booth + Anton Rodin

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To Vancouver: Stephen Weiss + Kris Versteeg (RFA rights)

To Florida: Roberto Luongo + Mason Raymond + Manny Malhotra

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To Vancouver: 2012 2nd round pick (39th overall)

To Winnipeg: Keith Ballard

Signings:

Zach Parise: 7 years @ $49 million = $7 million per

Shea Weber: (offer sheet: 1 year @ $6.1 million = 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round compensation

Kristian Huselius: 1 year @ $2.5 million

Bryan Allen: 1 year @ $3.5 million

Kris Versteeg: 3 years @ $10.5 million = $3.5 million per

Canucks 2012-13 line up:

Sedin - Sedin - Kesler

Parise - Weiss - Huselius

Burrows - Ott - Versteeg

Higgins - Lapierre - Hansen

Kassian, Volpatti

Edler - Weber

Hamhuis - Bieksa

Tanev - Allen

Schneider

Lack

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Here are the trades:

To Vancouver: Steve Ott

To Dallas: David Booth + Anton Rodin

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To Vancouver: Stephen Weiss + Kris Versteeg (RFA rights)

To Florida: Roberto Luongo + Mason Raymond + Manny Malhotra

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To Vancouver: 2012 2nd round pick (39th overall)

To Winnipeg: Keith Ballard

Signings:

Zach Parise: 7 years @ $49 million = $7 million per

Shea Weber: (offer sheet: 1 year @ $6.1 million = 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round compensation

Kristian Huselius: 1 year @ $2.5 million

Bryan Allen: 1 year @ $3.5 million

Kris Versteeg: 3 years @ $10.5 million = $3.5 million per

Canucks 2012-13 line up:

Sedin - Sedin - Kesler

Parise - Weiss - Huselius

Burrows - Ott - Versteeg

Higgins - Lapierre - Hansen

Kassian, Volpatti

Edler - Weber

Hamhuis - Bieksa

Tanev - Allen

Schneider

Lack

Thoughts?

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This is just awful. Luongo is a declining 33 year old goalie on a 10 year contract, he has very little value, he wouldn't get you a 1st line center, and the rfa rights to a 60 point forward. You should just stop making proposals.

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At least I'm not a troll that grades our players D's and F's and blames everything on our goalie. Btw aren't you the same Paul Kariya that was b****ing, whining, and complaining in my proposals a few weeks ago? If you don't like them, don't read them. I also didn't propose Kesler and Schneider for Johansen.

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I like Ott, but I think it is a bit of an overpayment. However I would be okay with the Canucks making this deal.

Despite rumours, I cannot see Luongo going to Florida with Markstrom proving he will be a number 1 goalie soon.

Ballard will not fetch us a 2nd rounder, especially not a high one.

And as much as I would like Weber and Parise, I just can't see it happening, especially with Parise as I am almost certain he will be staying in NJ now.

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Here are the trades:

To Vancouver: Steve Ott

To Dallas: David Booth + Anton Rodin

--------------------------------------------

To Vancouver: Stephen Weiss + Kris Versteeg (RFA rights)

To Florida: Roberto Luongo + Mason Raymond + Manny Malhotra

---------------------------------------------

To Vancouver: 2012 2nd round pick (39th overall)

To Winnipeg: Keith Ballard

Signings:

Zach Parise: 7 years @ $49 million = $7 million per

Shea Weber: (offer sheet: 1 year @ $6.1 million = 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round compensation

Kristian Huselius: 1 year @ $2.5 million

Bryan Allen: 1 year @ $3.5 million

Kris Versteeg: 3 years @ $10.5 million = $3.5 million per

Canucks 2012-13 line up:

Sedin - Sedin - Kesler

Parise - Weiss - Huselius

Burrows - Ott - Versteeg

Higgins - Lapierre - Hansen

Kassian, Volpatti

Edler - Weber

Hamhuis - Bieksa

Tanev - Allen

Schneider

Lack

Thoughts?

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Not to seem like a wiener but when have you actually seen a team that active in the off season, especially with such big names? I can tell you right now that Gillis will trade Luongo for to whoever for a good to great offer. A signing or two of actual roster players and the rest will be depth/farm signings.

This team only needs a few moves. Not a complete overhaul. I know people like changes because it's exciting and gives you something to talk about but like I said in the first paragraph..

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Not to seem like a wiener but when have you actually seen a team that active in the off season, especially with such big names? I can tell you right now that Gillis will trade Luongo for to whoever for a good to great offer. A signing or two of actual roster players and the rest will be depth/farm signings.

This team only needs a few moves. Not a complete overhaul. I know people like changes because it's exciting and gives you something to talk about but like I said in the first paragraph..

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