[...] if the Panthers are a true trading partner or just kicking the tires — Theodore and Clemmensen did get them within a win of the conference semifinals — then all the hype about Luongo returning to South Florida may be just that. But if Tallon believes he needs better goaltending to get his club deeper in the postseason, then the Canucks can command a bigger return for Luongo. Then again, if Bjugstad is untouchable, what does that say about the rest of the roster? A left winger like Sean Bergenheim, who’s 28 and a has a cap hit of $2.75 million for the next three seasons, makes sense on some levels. No deal is going to address every need. The Canucks need a proven top-six forward and a third-line centre. They need to get younger and deeper. And they may have to look elsewhere for a solution.Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province; a bit more on the subject here.