I went today and only got to see the first set of drills and the scrimmage...
Crosby and Satan already seem to have good chemistry. Dupuis still isn't ideal on the top line, but when you have the best center in the league and a proven scorer making up the other 2/3 of the line, he'll suffice. Satan put in two during the scrimmage, both scored around the net.
Malkin and Sykora still have their dynamic and I was very glad to see Staal given the chance on the second line from the start. This line produced the only goal for the black team.
I like the third line of Cooke-Talbot-Fedotenko as well. They scored the third white team goal, with Talbot tipping a Lovejoy shot home. They're a good mix for a checking line with some skill and they look like they are meshing pretty well.
It seems that the real candidates to round out the lineup at this point are Godard, Kennedy, Beech, Stone, Pesonen, and Taffe. You have to figure Godard is a lock given his role and contract. Kennedy played today like he knew his spot wasn't set in stone; if he continues that he has nothing to worry about. Beech and Stone actually looked pretty good in the drills but I didn't notice their line much during the scrimmage (they also played with Godard). Pesonen was noticeable, but that might be a lot because I made a point to notice him. He got sprung on a breakaway and couldn't get it past the goalie (I think Sabourin). He seems like he might be a perimeter player, which really could limit him from making it in the NHL. He did have a nice sequence towards the end of the scrimmage where he deflected a shot/pass on net and then quickly got back and back checked the puck away from the guy going the other way (Cooke maybe?). I wish I would have seen him in the drills but I had to leave. The lineup looks pretty set so he's got the odds against him. I'm interested in seeing him during the exhibition games. Taffe was Taffe. Nobody else really stood out to me. Actually, I noticed Bissonnette throwing the body around. He had a penalty shot too on a Goligoski penalty but didn't score. Caputi wasn't out there as far as I could tell.
The D looks pretty set too. Orpik-Gonchar, Eaton-Letang, Gill-Scuderi. Sydor and Goligoski played together so you can deduce where they stack up on the depth chart. I want to say Satan's first goal was scored off the rebound of a Goligoski shot but I can't remember for sure.
All and all I thought it was an enjoyable experience and it was nice to see that the team is mostly set and seems to already be gelling. I'm going to try to go the next two days if I'm up to it and I'll be sure to post any other thoughts.