A big no from TO, Lu isn't garnering more than one of LACK + D'amigo/Colbourne + 3rd in '13. Schenn can go to Philly along with TO's 2nd for JVR & PHI's 1st.
Not entirely accurate but close enough to my opinion (aside from the dealing Schenn part, first off not going to fly for philly, maybe make Philly's 1st a 3rd or 4th, second don't want to deal Schenn at all feel he is going to be the future captain and one of the best shut down D's in the league).
I would think Schenn is capable of handling some lifting as a 3rd liner for Vancouver and gives us a solid top 6 option down the road when the Sedins retire/Kesler spontaneously combusts in the middle of a game.
God no Toronto should say no to the OP. Loungo has 10 years left and he is already 33, I think if Vancouver trades him they are either going to have to take a mediocre return or package him with a pick or good prospect to return something decent, such as high picks or young high potential players (i.e. either Schenn, Gardiner, Frattin, JVR, etc etc). Loungo is still a great goalie but that contract is a killer.
If you're giving up Brayden Schenn, you're going to want more then 2 guys who are described as "filling up a spot".
I agree Philly really didn't belong in this proposal, it was way off once Lou was garnering what was proposed. For 1 its a CBA year and there may be changes to how the frontloaded contracts are handled so that further lessens his value. Plus Burke probably won't go after Lou considering his contract. I wouldn't mind him but considering how much cap he would eat up and that there are other goalies who are close and are way cheaper, ie Linback etc.