To BOS: Subban Vanek
To TOR: Krejci Miller
To BUF: Michalek Horton
To OTT: Kessel Plekanec
To MTL: Gardiner Turris
Boston gets young dman stud in Subban, and a high scoring wing in Vanek (albeit overpaid).
Toronto gets #1 center, #1 goalie
Buffalo with their newly drafted centers, get a couple of veteran but young top-6 wingers, while unloading lots of salary in Miller and Vanek. Enroth becomes starter.
Ottawa gets legit #2 center to play behind Spezza, and Kessel gives Spezza one of the leagues top snipers.
Montreal goes the youth route. Turris will grow into a top-6 center role and gives the Habs a solid 1-2 punch in the next few seasons. Gardiner steps in and replaces Subban at a cheaper salary.
Yeah..no thanks from Buffalo's perspective. We get hosed almost as bad as Montreal does here.
To Toronto: David Krejci (Finally get their #1 center)
To Buffalo: Tomas Plekanec (Veteran top-six C, takes pressure off Hodgson/Ennis)
To Montreal: Milan Michalek (Add a winger to play with Eller/Galchenyuk)
To Ottawa: John-Michael Liles + Draft Pick (Ottawa needs another defenceman)
To Boston: Andrek Sekera + Draft Pick (Underrated shutdown defenceman)
This one I like the most, from what I've seen of all the NE Division ones are all solid...
To Boston: Subban Michalek Toronto 3rd(for Lucic Krejci)
To Mtl: Lucic Krejci Kulemin (for Subban Plekanec Desharnais)
To Buffalo: Plekanec (for Vanek)
To Ottawa:Vanek (for Michalek)
To Toronto: Desharnais (for Kulemin and Toronto 3rd)
I think Montreal says no, they get the best return easy but give up so much.