Mason Raymond is a candidate to be dealt at the trade deadline. This shouldn’t be news to the Canucks and the Canucks fans as there was some rumbling at the beginning of the season that he would be dealt. Raymond is 26 years and he had 25 goals and 28 assists during the 2009-10 season. Raymond is also a good penalty killer, has a good wrist shot and he’s fast. But, for some reason, he’s not producing this year. David Booth, who was acquired by the Canucks earlier this season, is likely going to replace Raymond. The question is which team will be interested in Raymond and how much are they going to give up for him? The Canucks should try and get toughness and/or some depth on defense.