Hey, so today I was reading HF Boards and their crazy offers and wanted to take a shot at making my own three-way proposal. Keep in mind I'm a fan of all three teams but I'm a die-hard Leafs fan so it may be a bit biased. Tell me what you think of this: Please Register or Log in to view images -F Kris Versteeg -F Jamie Langenbrunner -F Rob Niedermayer (UFA) -Chi 1st (Maybe 2nd instead?) Cap: Lose -$6,479,999 Gain +$6,883,333 Overall: +$403,334 Please Register or Log in to view images -D Tomas Kaberle -D Niklas Hjalmarsson (RFA) -Tor 3rd Cap: Lose -$4,537,500 Gain +$4,850,000 Overall: +$312, 500 Please Register or Log in to view images -G James Reimer -D Andy Greene -F Christian Hanson (RFA) -D Keith Aulie (Maybe Gunnersson instead?) Cap: Lose -3,683,333 Gain +2,804,999 Overall: -878,334 IMO, all three teams win. Here's why: TOR: Gets much needed offensive players, one whose young and one who can provide veteran leadership, along with a bottom 6 forward and a late pick. Losing Reimer doesn't hurt at all with the recent signings of Rynnas and Scrivens. NJD: Badly needs some defensive help, and gets one puck-moving defenseman who is one of the best in the league, along with a young skilled defenceman with a bright future. They also get a pick to help. Also, with Kaberle they can let Martin walk if they want to, so they can try to re-sign Kovy. CHI: First of all, Chicago frees up some cap space, but also gets some key acquisitions. They are already set in their top 6, so they get a bottom 6 forward in Hanson who could play up if needed. They get two defencemen to help their bottom 4 D and a young goalie who could back-up Niemi in the future. Hanson also allows Chicago to let Madden walk if they needed even more cap space. So what do you guys think? I'm gonna post this on HF Boards when my account gets verified. Fair? Stupid? Suggestions? Any adjustments are appreciated!