Kaberle's value is way over Setoguchi, but I think the notion of Beauchemin for Setoguchi has been discussed to death here. I won't mind it, but I don't think Seto is a fan of Ron.
No I agree, sharks would have to add currently to get Kaberle. I meant as the centerpieces. Not that I would want to dump seto for a rental... His value hasn't really been lower, and I think it would be stupid to sell low.
The canucks have little reason to move bieksa now, given how hes playing. He's best suited to be there for the canucks playoff run. Given their success this season, they don't really need to tinker the team on a level like moving bieksa,
The "Sources" claim that the Sharks have offered Setoguchi for Beauchemin. That obviously wouldn't get it done because Setoguchi is a horrible fit for Toronto's rebuild (don't need a 2nd line goalscoring winger as they already have 5 guys on pace for 20+ with the oldest being 26 years old, do need a powerforward for the first line), but they might be able to find a 3-way deal.
Vancouver is unlikely to move a blueliner,, especially to San Jose. Bieksa has been good for them, and all they need is one injury to keep him around past the deadline. If they do trade a defenceman, look for them to ship him to a team that isn't likely to go far in the playoffs.
I think it's between Chicago and San Jose as the most likely landing spots for Montador. He's a second-pairing righty who'll only take up about $400k of cap (makes $1.55). And you can probably have him for a 2nd and possibly a middling prospect (if there's a bidding war), so he won't cost you Setoguchi or any other top prospect.
Monty would be a good add for the Sharks. He's a righty and he can play 20 mins/night. He's been better defensively than both Kaberle and Beauchemin this season. He and Lydman were by far Buffalo's best defensemen last season in the playoffs, too.