Recently, the Philadelphia Flyers and Toronto Maple Leafs made a trade. The Flyers sent away former 2nd overall draft pick in 2007 James vanRiemsdyk in exchange for Luke Schenn, who was also a very high draft in 2008.
This trade looks like a good deal for both sides. JvR, a winger with some injury issues, has been buried in the depth charts because of the Flyers wealth of forwards. He has a very high upside, but hasn't been able to reach his potential. He has size, speed and skill without a lot of physical play. For most teams, he could and should be a top 6 forward, an impact player.
Luke Schenn, the older brother of current Flyers forward Brayden Schenn is a stay at home defenseman. He is a right-handed shot which the Flyers haven't had in years. He is a big hitter who has a high ceiling, but hasn't reached it, similar to vanRiemsdyk.
Both of these players are in similar situations, high upside players who just haven't been able to thrive in their now-former organizations. This trade should help out both teams.