I sure would hope the Lightning to agree with Mizral. From an habs stand point: what ya want for Lecavalier?
I'd keep Lecavalier easily over St-Louis to be honest.
As of the discussion in itself. It's quite possible the Habs have a goalie (namely Aebisher) to trade.
Problem is, Huet needs to be resigned 1st and i wouldnt be surprise that the Habs management decided to keeps Aebisher for a month or so into the season before making their decision. At the very least, they might wait up to the training camp to see how it's going for Huet and especially Danis.
That would be a good reason why Aebisher would not be heading to Tampa, they will want a goaltender BEFORE Mtl is ready to sends one away (assuming they have 1 too).
Of course if the habs failed to resigned Huet. Tampa could just inks this guy and all those discussions would becomes pointless, i have little to no doubt Huet's a capable starter at the very least now.
Many feel the Flyers will trade Esche. Just for people who might need to be reminded, he was not the problemby any means that they lost to buffalo. People on the Flyers board suggested maybe Fedotenko or Prospal for Esche>
Why build around a player who can't raise his game to the next level? Lecavalier ought to be a superstar in this league yet he has not broken out to become one, whereas St.Louis has. Who is more likely to score the big goal at the big time? Who is more likely to be a leader on the ice, and on the team? Lecavalier is a fine player, but he does not have the energy, the tenacity, nor the explosiveness of St.Louis.
I would agree with the other poster saying that Richards ought to be kept, but I don't see what the big deal about moving Lecavalier is. Doubtful they will be able to keep all three forever, and Lecavalier ought to bring back a couple of pretty nice players, or one very nice one.
i honestly don't think you know what you're talking about.
and i too would be very interested in trading the sedins for lecavalier. the only thing is, i'm pretty convinced the twins will break out even more next year, and suddenly you have two point-per-game players.