If you're talking about the 2009 off-season you might be correct, but in terms of the trade deadline the only players that will be moving are Antropov, Ponikarovsky and one of Kaberle/Kubina. Moore and White are also possibilities as they could fill depth positions on other teams and fetch a third or fourth round pick in return. One should also not rule out the chances of Stajan being dealt as he is not a top 6 forward and not gritty enough to play a plumber role on a Burke team. However, with all that said we will only be getting draft picks, mid-level prospects, and mediocre role players with expiring contracts in return (With the exception of Kaberle who will probably get us a 1st round pick and a top-level prospect).
After the '09 Draft:
Reasoning-Stempniak and Blake have contracts that won't allow them to be moved, so they will be staying on the team regardless of what anyone thinks. The Grabo line is one that Burke likes as they have a mixture of talent, grit and scoring. Brayden Schenn is the prototypical Burke player, in terms of scoring, skating, hitting, and character/leadership and is Luke's younger brother.