Seems like every team out there right now has one or two players who either can't crack the opening day lineup or are maybe forced into the lineup due to financial obligations. Some of these guys are highly skilled but for a myriad of different reasons, character, effort, speed, smarts, etc. could be a better fit with another team. Maybe one gets moved for a positional need or another for a, "change of scenery," move. Who on do you all see as players who fit this bill? I'll go for the Isles: Brock Nelson - expiring contract to UFA shown to be a legit NHL player but serious weaknesses are that he is streaky and somewhat soft. Josh HoSang - character issues. Isles seem to win more with him in the lineup but it appears that even with a new regime there are questions about his ability to contribute on the NHL level. Young and fast. Andrew Ladd - Bad contract. Limited by injuries but a proven leader and could help a good team turn the corner. NMC but would likely welcome move to a contender. What is the value of players like this? What other players in the league have a similar organizational status that could see them moved? Not necessarily looking for trade proposals but curious to compile a pool of players from all teams around the league in similar situations. Please don't let this devolve into a pissing match.