No good team, or team on the cusp, will play a guy with a .899 save percentage in 10 of their last 19 or 20 games.
You're assuming he's even asking or expects to be traded to a good team. It may very well be the opposite, that he'd prefer to go to a team that's barely in contention if not at all where he could get 10 starts to show that he still has something in the tank. If the report that he gave a list of teams is accurate, it's probably something about the particular locations rather than the team's win-loss record.
He might even accept a trade to Winnipeg. Pavelec's numbers are actually worse than Marty's in some respects, and his save percentage is basically the same. Probably not straight up for something, but part of a package.
Like I say though, I don't think he'll be traded. For a name like that that is known to be on the market, someone that is half-way credible on twitter would have mentioned that a specific team has interest. I haven't seen anything to that effect, so I doubt it happens.
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