Can't see the Leafs willing to give up much. Goaltending hasn't been the team's issue at all. Luongo would likely bring in some re-assurance, but it's not like Reimer and Scrivens haven't done their job.
That contract is rough for the Leafs to take on, given their goaltending situation not being half bad as is...
If Gillis contacted Toronto than I would imagine Roberto has let Gillis know that he'd now waive to go there. It was reported that Gillis had agreed with Burke on a deal at the draft but Roberto nixed it because he was holding out for a Florida deal.
Not even that, just the fact that Vancouver is shopping Lou with other teams might put pressure on GMs that are interested, regardless of the offers being put forth.
Man, Toronto fans are incredibly obnoxious (not all of them, just based on this thread).