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Jeff Gordon of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch says Schenn is the kind of player that could affect the playoff race.
Once a top prospect and "future star," Luke Schenn has fallen back to Earth and has looked mediocre in Toronto. However, there is still tons of potential there.
According to Lance Hornby, Toronto GM Brian Burke is always willing to listen on trade offers.
The Blues could definitely work something out for this young D-man. Schenn is making $3.35 million a year and is locked up for the next four seasons. They also have a surplus of defensive talent, and Schenn has fallen behind it.
With Toronto looking like a playoff team this season, they would certainly benefit from adding some depth, and Burke would love to add more young talent in a return for the 22-year-old.
It could be a win-win for both teams and a fresh start for Schenn.
A young group of defensemen featuring Alex Pietrangelo, Kevin Shattenkirk and Schenn would be astounding in St. Louis.
Steven Conklin is a contributing writer for the Bleacher Report and a student at the University of Central Missouri. He joined B/R in October 2011 and is currently a B/R intern. Any comments, questions or suggestions are more than welcome.