I'd try my best to build around Stamkos/Tavares/Hall/Eriksson/Gagner/OEL/Subban/Quick...thats my core if this was my team. Obviously Stamkos/Tavares/Quick should be labeled "untouchable".
Borderline add Hall to the list, but his early injury woes are at least noteworthy to make him easier to let go of then the other two big forwards. Treat him like hes untouchable but then hint around if you got a really good offer, you might consider it...and if you get something worth looking at, bring it here for the Dobber crew.
Dmitri Orlov and Marcus Johansson are two players I'd also consider keeping around.
In particular, Ted Purcell, Brent Seabrook, Tyler Myers and Stefan Elliott are players I'd toy around with shopping. Crawford/Neuvirth/Stastny/Grabner/Hornqvist I'd throw in the "disappointing young players" category that probably won't hold much value right now...but based off age/potential in a keeper league, will be more attractive to the certain GMs over an aging vet.
Unfortunately, its likely there aren't too many of your other guys will be very attractive to other GMs...Briere/Whitney/Vrbata/Havlat/Timonen, hanging on to them might make more sense right now, as unless you get a bonafide solid return on them, keeping them until around your league's trade deadline where they could potentially net you a bigger return from a contending team is usually a worthwhile strategy.
In terms of actually getting deals done right now...good luck.
I'm in 5 leagues, 3 of which are normally very active year round, filled with GMs who are very knowledgable and competitive...and all of them are completely dead right now. I expect most fantasy leagues are dead right now as well, thanks to you know what. Hope this helps.
Stamkos was asked today in Tampa how he can top last season:
"Well, get into the playoffs. That's the big key and that's our goal here."
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