I would imagine the Pens have no shot at it. I'm open to the possibility that the Pens will have to trade Letang or Malkin for cap reasons, but even using Letang as trade bait, I'm not sure Colorado goes for it. It seems that teams looking to trade the no. 1 pick typically want to move back several spots, still stay in the top 5-10, and pick up some other useful picks/players, since teams that end up picking 1st overall usually have plenty of holes to fill. The Pens don't have a first-rounder to swap, let alone a high first-rounder.