Of the multitude of Centers that we have, which one is the most likely to be traded? Which has the greatest return value? Which the least?
Not counting Franzen, as he is typically not a center.
Including Weiss, Helm, and Andersson -- as they are known as centers who happen to be playing wing.
Not including Z or Dats -- as they're obviously the most valuable to the team; would garner the most return, but will never be traded.
Sheahan: (Hopefully) not likely to be traded, highest trade value
(Youth + Two-Way-Play + Future Potential. He's a keeper. Even if he ends up just being a 3C and not a 2C)
Weiss: Not easily trade-able, and still questionable value -- too early to tell whether any other team values him, as his health remains a question mark.
(I think he could be traded and get good return, but the fact he's not getting a lot of ice time in Detroit, despite his offensive capabilities is a head-scratcher. Is he getting protected minutes? Does Babcock not trust him? Does Weiss have a future with this team?)
Helm: Most likely to be traded, not huge trade value, but he is a solid third line center with top-6 winger capabilities. (He's the C, I'd trade first.)
Glendenning: Not likely to be traded, not a lot of trade value (wouldn't want him to be traded)
Andersson: Most likely traded solely as an add on, not a lot of trade value (would rather he be traded than waived -- he's the current roster's Emdog)
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