I have two trade scenarios with Drai just signed recently and the Oilers look like they could use some cap shedding for future seasons. 1. Craig Smith, Alexandre Carrier, and a conditional 1st rounder (Preds must make playoffs) for RNH and Khaira. 2. Jarnkrok and Carrier for RNH. Reasoning: Nashville: 1. Smith had a poor season, and is being overshadowed by a lot of wingers. With Smith gone, Jarnkrok can still play as a RWer. Upgrading Smith to RNH (A needed 2C) for just $1,750,000 more is great value. Carrier is a great AHL PPQB, but that's just about it, especially for a team with a deep Dcore like the Preds. 2. Upgrading from Jarnkrok to RNH is definitely worth the price tag. RNH played poorly because he was relied as the shutdown center agianst elite competition, facing some of the most elite competition in the league. With the Preds RNH would be facing far easier and with better partners on the 2nd line as well. See above for Carrier. Edmonton: 1. Edmonton's RHS winger depth is thin even with Puljujarvi in the mix. They could definitely use a top 6 proven winger with Eberle gone. Smith also has the speed to keep up with McDavid and is a great possession player. He saves you cap hit as well. Carrier is a PPQB RHD, someone that the Oilers need. Strome can technically play 3C in this scenario. 2. Jarnkrok is a very cheap versatile center/winger. Saves you a ton of cap hit and gives you a capable 3C that is great defensively and can still chip in offensively.