Gallery: The 12 teams most likely to trade for Roberto Luongo, according to you

 

We asked Province Sports readers to predict where the Canucks goalie would end up, and 400 people responded. Here are the 12 most likely destinations, with odds for each -- according to your votes.

 
 
 
 
<div id="page1">Sergei Bobrovsky is the incumbent in Columbus, which comes in 12th at 50-1 odds according to your votes.</div>
 

Sergei Bobrovsky is the incumbent in Columbus, which comes in 12th at 50-1 odds according to your votes.

Photograph by: Jonathan Hayward, CP

 
<div id="page1">Sergei Bobrovsky is the incumbent in Columbus, which comes in 12th at 50-1 odds according to your votes.</div>
Ryan Miller is the incumbent in Buffalo, which comes in 11th at 50-1 odds according to your votes.
Corey Crawford is the incumbent in Chicago, which comes in 10th at 50-1 odds according to your votes.
Cam Ward is the incumbent in Carolina, which comes in 9th at 50-1 odds according to your votes.
Devan Dubnyk is the incumbent in Edmonton, which comes in 8th at 33-1 odds according to your votes.
Martin Brodeur is the incumbent in New Jersey, which comes in 7th at 25-1 odds according to your votes.
Evgeni Nabokov is the incumbent on Long Island, which comes in 6th at 20-1 odds according to your votes.
Ilya Bryzgalov is the incumbent in Philadelphia, which comes in 5th at 13-1 odds according to your votes.
Braden Holtby is the incumbent in Washington, which comes in 4th at 10-1 odds according to your votes.
Mathieu Garon is the incumbent in Tampa Bay, which comes in 3rd at 8-1 odds according to your votes.
Jose Theodore is the incumbent in Florida, which comes in 2nd at 6-1 odds according to your votes.
James Reimer is the incumbent in Toronto, which tops the list at 5-1 odds according to your votes.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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