Like any other enterprise, everything is always up for sale at the "right" price. You want to buy Berkshire-Hathaway? Buffet will sell it to you.....if you have about a few trillion.
I'll break it down this way:
NO WAY THEY ARE GOING ELSEWHERE:
Maata-price would be too high to move
Kunitz- what are you going to get for him in trade at this point of his career/age? his contract is pretty good, even though he can suck in the playoffs.
Martin-they need a steady veteran with an influx of young D coming in and Orpik is probably gone anyway.
Scuderi- contract, his trade clause.....he's back, and it might not be the worst thing either
Dupuis- he'll be around as long as he's breathing and should be with this roster right now.
COULD BE MOVING ON:
Neal- undisciplined, streaky and can only play with Malkin and be successful. So one-dimensional but with such sweet regular season stats that someone may bite.
Letang- but only if they 100% commit to Nisknanen and have to pay him an inflated price. If you see Niskanen signed, I think the trade mill will really heat up on Letang.
Jokinen- very streaky and may not be worth as much in the FA market as has been speculated, but I think it's 50/50 the Pens really want him back that badly either
Niskanen- dman GET PAID in UFA and if he tests the market, going to be very difficult for the Pens to keep him, unless they are thinking the slightest bit about trading Letang.
Sutter- if the rumors are true, and they sure have been widely-reported, he was close to going for Kesler in a package deal that looked sucky for the Pens, IMO. Think maybe his playoff performance might have either changed minds or elevated his tradeability, though he's also pretty streaky. Still, like to see him back myself.
Adams - has another year left at next to nothing and could easily be moved for a draft pick. If DB is canned, Adams is likely gone too
Stempniak- I see a chance he gets re-signed if he and the Pens can come to decent terms like 3mil/yr or less
Goc- think he's gone and probably to the Capitals
Vitale - see Goc, except don't know where he'll end up
Glass- likely stays, under contract also
Gibbons- think he's back on the 4th line
Bennett- no trade value and Pens stuck with him and hoping for injury-free and progress
Orpik- thanks for years of service and highlights and good luck elsewhere
Engelland- bet he returns, cheap contract helps
Going to leave them out because any of them would likely be involved in a package trade and the key ones aren't affected by RFA/waivers at this point.
MAF- Staying. who are you going to get that is an upgrade at the same price without taking a big, immediate risk? The answer is sure as hell not Ryan Miller.
Vokoun- contract is over and so is probably his career. I hope he can enjoy retirement and sleep peacefully without nightmares of all the shots and great chances he faced in Florida. Another guy I say thanks for your service, especially in last year's playoffs. Wish this guy had played behind better teams throughout his career because he was damn good.