Pittsburgh's Dream Team Of The Future?

johnnycash asmanContributor IJuly 16, 2009

DETROIT - JUNE 12: Sidney Crosby #87 of the Pittsburgh Penguins skates against the Detroit Red Wings during Game Seven of the 2009 NHL Stanley Cup Finals at Joe Louis Arena on June 12, 2009 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS-Future Roster After Potential Trades

#1)To Pittsburgh:

Anze Kopitar,Alexander Frolov,Drew Doughty, Jack Johnson, 2010 First Round Pick

To Los Angelos:

Evgeni Malkin,2nd Round Pick 2010, 2nd Round Pick 2011

#2)To Pittsburgh:

Ryan Getzlaf,Bobby Ryan

To Anaheim:

Alexander Frolov,Pascal Dupuis, Kris Letang, Ruslan Fedetenko, Ben Lovejoy

#3.) To Pittsburgh:

Rick Nash

To Columbus:

Alexander Frolov, Dustin Jeffery, Pittsburghs 2010 First Round Pick

#4)To Pittsburgh:

Dany Heatley

To Ottawa:

Anze Kopitar, 2nd round Pick in 2012

and #5)

to Pittsburgh:

Alex Pieterangelo

To St.louis: Chris Kunitz, and LA's First Round Pick aquired in the first trade 

All in all this brings the Total Salary Cap Number up to : 57,655,000 Or about a Million Over the Salary Cap with a goalie left to sign. A few moves trading for lesser salary for equal players on the third and fourth lines should remedy that.

I know some of you will beleive this is impossible but going over it a couple of times will bring more meaning. I have to say that deciding to "trade" Geno was very hard since he is my favourite player in the league but when it comes down to value if all these trades could be pulled off that would bring Pittsburgh the cup for 3 more years.

Heres The roster at a glance

First Line-Heatley-Crosby-Guerin

2nd Line-Nash-Getzlaf-Ryan

3rd Line-Cooke-Staal-Kennedy

4th Line-Talbot-Rupp-Godard

1st D.Pairing-Drew Doughty-Brooks Orpik

2nd D.Pairing-Jack Johnson-Alex Pieterangelo

3rd D.Pairing-Alex Goglioski-Jay Mckee

Goalies-Marc-Andre Fleury

John Curry(?)

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