Roberto Luongo has officially become expendable in Vancouver.
After being benched for two consecutive games, including Game 4 where the Canucks found themselves with their backs up against the wall, Luongo was replaced with the younger and cheaper alternative, Cory Schneider.
After Vancouver management virtually married themselves to Luongo in offseason of 2009 when they signed him to a 12 year, $64 million deal, complete with no trade clause.
With Luongo falling out of favor in Vancouver, the Canucks' options are to either deal up-and-coming American goalie Cory Schneider, and stick it out with Bobby Lou for the foreseeable future, or the opposite, keep Schneider and find a new home for Luongo.
The following list explores four teams who might be interested in the former gold medal Olympian and Jennings Trophy winner. We ask the question, what would each of these teams be willing to give up for Luongo, and how plausible is an actual trade.