Cammo would be a good addition but he's far from a one man savior for the Canucks. Plus a conditional pick. As I said in the original post Cammalleri reminds me of Daniel Briere; smallish, injury-prone guy who doesn't seem worth his salary Until the playoffs, when he suddenly takes his game to a whole new level.
And he's playing for his next big contact too, so look for him to be top-notch. He would be a really good fit. Put him on Henrik's wing, play Daniel with Kesler, and then let the other team figure out who to send the shutdown D-pair against. Calgary made many trades with Colorado and Edmonton in the last few years, so I don't think the inter-divisional thing really concerns them.
The only question is, how much? As for cost, it's going to definitely include at least one valuable piece 1st rounder, Guance, Jensen, Corrado I would definitely move the 1st rounder over any player who will be able to play as soon as this playoffs. Definite no to Tanev or Corrado.
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