To Atlanta: Matt Stajan too much going to toronto. Toronto is getting the best player here. Atlanta might consider Pogge, Stajan, and a 2nd for lehtonen.
To Pitts: Eric Cole
To Edmonton: Ryan Whitney dont think edmonton can afford that much salary with grebs, smid needing raises.
To N J: Raymond and 2nd
To Canucks: Gionta have you seen gionta lately? and NJ is a playoff team, they wont sell him
To Bruins: Morris
To Yotes: Sturm could work, but i dont know if sturm can be traded (no space to put him on roster, and he has to be on roster to be traded). Phoenix might have to add more value, and i think phoenix would rather play younger, cheaper forwards
To Carolina: Antropov
To Toronto: Eaves + (2nd if Resigned)
(eaves for antropov works, but straight up. Last time eaves got stillman.)
To Calgary: Steve Sullivan
To Nashville: Matt Lombardi huge overpayment by calgary
Edmonton already has d-mnen in the form of Whitney. Why would we tradea top 6 forward (which we need) for a d-man(which isn't the type we need)? This trade proposal does nothing to help Edmonton and royally bones us cap wise in the summer.
I agree Cole to Pits makes some sense, but not with that return. Think either prospect with low pick or high pick no prospect or some combination.
I'd pass, at least as long as that 2nd is in there. Antropov is an impending UFA after this year. Eaves is a 3rd liner that can probably pitch in a good 15-20 goals a season once he gets his confidence back, which he seems to have been doing of late. He's turned into a pretty good two-way player for the Canes, the fact that he's a team leading +8 while only having 3 goals should be in indicator that what you see is NOT all that you get with a guy like Eaves.
Antropov is a center? His FO % says otherwise.
Since the new NHL teams often use 3 scoring lines. Antropov has value to an already strong team as a top 6 capable player playing from the trade deadline through the playoffs as a 3rd liner capable of scoring.