I noticed that the Devils have been struggling recently, and somewhere in the right-center of all of this, is Jamie Langenbrunner.
There's been some talk about how he isn't the most effective captain in his role right now, and all of that; not being a Devils fan (far from it, actually), I wouldn't know.
Hypothetically, though, let's say that all the problems the Devils are facing force them to trade some players, and let's say that, for some reason (whether his alleged attitude last season, or on-ice performance, or anything), they decide that it would be a good idea to trade Langenbrunner, just as long as they can get a tiny bit in return. Let's say that the Stars see an easy way to help build up their wings, and are able to trade Fabian Brunnstrom, and a fourth round draft pick in 2011 for Langenbrunner. Let's also assume that money is no object (even though it is).
If all of these factors weren't an issue (they are), and if the Devils were willing to actually make such a trade (they aren't), how do you think this purely hypothetical situation would affect the team as a whole, and how do you think Langenbrunner would react to this environment, and the experience of playing for the Stars again?