There will probably be a dozen teams that want him and 3 or 4 that will really want him and that's what will drive the price up.
Take Toronto with Bell/Rogers ownership. If they sign Subban, they will probably make more from Leaf TV revenue going up then whatever they end up paying Subban in salary. So, why do they want to lowball an offer for Subban and taking a chance they don't land him?
And why would we even think about moving the kid if there's easily a dozen team interested in him??
If he attracts that much attention, maybe take a step back and look at the situation as a whole.
No matter what happens during the negos, I just don't see Bergevin trading PK. It's just not in Bergie's DNA. He's a scout in his soul and he'll be the most patient guy with the young players that are drafted by the Habs.