Think about it...Havlat is complaining and only wants a 1-year contract. If he gets traded to the Rangers and has a good season/enjoys himself in NY, Havlat can be convinced to sign a 4 or 5 year deal. The fact that he's complaining so much about a 1-year contract might end up meaning that he gets dealt for cheap.
I know it may take a bit more than this but what about: Pock and a 2nd in 2007. The only reason I didn't throw in Jessiman or even Immonen was because there are so many question marks concerning Havlat. His value isn't at the highest or even at the lowest...it's somewhere in the middle right now.
You guys do realize that Havlat is not a free agent yet, he is restricted, and that this guy is only 25/26 and just entering his prime. this is not another old veteran that the rangers of "old" would sign.
The price for Havlat will be alot more expensive for an Eastern Conference team, in my opinion. The Senators are really not pressed to move him anymore, and if they do I doubt they would send him to a place where he would have the opportunity to burn them multiple times per year. If Pock + a 2nd is good enough, you do it in a heartbeat. Unfortunately, it is not even close.