BOLD = keepers for me. For Sanguinetti, we have to be getting the better player in the deal. He's probably shaping out to be the 4th d-man, 2nd pairing offensive d-man. He could be a pretty darn good player but has not shown the jump in Hartford say Shea Weber did for the Milwaukee Admirals. Of course they are totally different players as Weber is the total package, but that is exactly why I see Sanguinetti as a 2nd pairing and not a first pairing. The rest of the prospects might be NHL players. I wouldn't deal them for the sake of dealing them but for the right deal, they are definitely tradeable assets.
Dawes is expendable. Korpi and Callahan are tradeable assets but we better be getting something good in return. If there was a Callahan for Chris Neil trade, I'd be pretty pissed. Callahan+ for Loui Eriksson or David Booth? That would be pretty cool! Dubi is an enigma for me. He seems not so good this year but is still on pace to match his stats from last year and doing it without the help of Jagr. That sounds like an improvement but his on ice product does not seem to be congruent with that conclusion. Also falls into the Sanguinetti category of - tradeable but we better be getting the better player in the deal, like I'd package him for Shane Doan or Johan Franzen in a heart beat.