For your perusal:
Byfuglien, Sopel, Eager, and Aliu for Morin, Reasoner, 24th overall pick, 54th overall pick.
Byfuglien had an outstanding run in the playoffs but has struggled to put up points in the regular season so far in his career. He's a huge power forward with a lot of his career ahead of him at 25 years of age. He is making 3 mil this year and is an RFA after this season.
Sopel is 33 years old, registers on TSN at a 63.66 rating, and is a solid stay at home defenseman. Not Kubina solid, but he's cheaper at 2 million this year. He'll be a UFA after the season.
Ben Eager is roughly a straight up pound for pound even trade for Marty Reasoner. They're both grinders who can move the puck and put it in the net on occasion. Ben Eager is younger (26 to Reasoner's 33) and needs to be signed to an RFA contract. He'll likely make the same kind of money as Marty and will play a very similar game.
Akim Aliu was listed by Hockeysfuture.com as the Hawks' #4 prospect back in February of this year. He's got good size (6'2" 202 lbs) and plays on the right wing. Apparently he was the victim of a bad hazing incident in Windsor and has bounced around to several junior teams since, but has the right tools to be an NHL power forward someday.
Dudley sent Jeremy Morin back the other way. We here at TBC are big fans of Morin and wish him the best. He showed a lot of promise as a natural goal scorer, but you have to give something up to get something back. Like I said above, Reasoner for Eager is a wash with the slight edge going to Atlanta for gaining youth. It remains to be seen how valuable the two draft picks going Chicago's way turn out to be and how they balance the trade.
As Morty said, Dustin Byfuglien is your new and improved Colby Armstrong. Ben Eager is your new, younger Marty Reasoner. It looks like Brent Sopel is your economy version of Pavel Kubina.