Answering my own question in the title, maybe nobody, if this draft
is a weak one.
I haven't kept up on this draft, so I really don't know.
But I would think, if this was considered a good draft with guys our scouting staff thought could be
the next round of Simmondses, Voynovs, Quicks and others,
we might decide to move a few prospects for picks(?)
If so, I figure the guys most likely to be moved in this case might be: Bernier (how much longer can we hang on to this guy? He could get us a nice 1st rounder for sure).
Drewiske-Not sure of he's still under contract, but if he is, he could be a nice, underrated addition to a trade.
Hickey-I kinda' hope we hold on to this guy, but he would be movable for a decent return, IMO.
Loktionov-Detroit would love him as Datsyuk's understudy. Maybe some other
teams would like him too? If we sign Stoll for another year or
2, we won't need him. Plus, he's small.
Toffoli-Tradeable only for a high pick to get us a
special, targetted player in the Draft (and I don't even know if we have any of those this
year). He's talented, but small and not particularly fast. His maximum
upside is probably Cammalleri II.
Moller-Again, not sure if he's still under contract, but if he is, the GM in
Toronto always liked him;Could yield a decent draft pick.
Muzzin, Holloway, Deslauries---Too valuable to trade.
But this is all nil if this year is a weak draft year.
I think they'll try to move Holloway and Möller for whatever they can get. Bernier will probably be shopped. Loktionov could possibly be moved, as could Brad Richardson. I don't think there are any takers for Westgarth.
"It has not been a good day. I lost my glasses early this morning and I had to go buy a pair of 79 dollar reading glasses today. 79 bucks. You can literally get them at Costco, three-for-20." - Darryl Sutter's response to going up 2-0 in the series.