i wouldn't trade any of them until there is a definite market.
we don't need to lose what could be formidable trading chips before they have value.
and if darcy sticks to his normal game, he will be patient.
but who knows, perhaps someone (cough cough quinn?) will smack him around a little bit.
You know, I don't think any one of those guys will develop into a formidable trading chip unless they get good playing time. And I'm assuming Buffalo won't trade their most established guy (the one with the most value) just so they can start two unproven guys. With today's NHL, I don't think blue chip goalies have too much value, especially when franchise goalies seem to grow on trees.