Top Trades, Landing Spots for Blues Winger Vladimir Tarasenko

0 out of 5Tom Pennington/Getty ImagesVladimir Tarasenko, who spent nine seasons with St. Louis Blues could be moving this summer. Daily Faceoff's Frank Seravalli reported Tuesday that the club is looking to trade for the right-winger, who is 29 years old.Tarasenko has been an integral part of the Blues offense over many years. Since 2012-13, Tarasenko has been their leader in points (4422) and goals (218), including five consecutive seasons of 33+ goals between 2014-15 and 2018-19. During the Blues' march towards the 2019 Stanley Cup, he finished third among postseason goals scorers.Tarasenko's second and third shoulder injuries, however, have limited him to only 34 regular-season games in the past two seasons. The Athletic's Jeremy Rutherford suggested that Tarasenko might be open to a trade if they build a blue-collar roster.St. Louis has $17.4million in projected salary-cap space by 2021-22. Key players like Jaden Schwartz and Jordan Kyrou, Robert Thomas as well as Vince Dunn, Mike Hoffman, Tyler Bozak, Mike Hoffman, Mike Hoffman, Mike Hoffman, and Vince Dunn need to be resigned or replaced. Tarasenko's departure could allow for more cap space and may help to add another player.Tarasenko still has two seasons left on his contract, with an average annual value $7.5 million. Seravalli reported that Tarasenko also has a no-trade clause. However, Tarasenko "alerted the Blues to preferred trading destinations."Tarasenko's injury history and cap hit may make it difficult for Tarasenko to move, as the cap is set at $81.5million for 2021-22. However, teams looking to score punch might be willing to accept him.These are the best landing spots for Blues snipers. This compilation has been compiled taking into account the cap space and roster requirements of each team. Leave your comments and thoughts.