At the very least, I'd like to see some of the crap that might be valuable to some teams get shovelled out. Specifically, I'm talking about Melichar and Jackman. For the defense to get on the road to improvement, those guys have to go because Gonchar, Whitney, and Orpik aren't going anywhere. I don't really care what we get for them. Clear their spots and start looking for legit improvements.
I won't label LeClair as crap, but I'd like to see him traded as well, again, for whatever we can get. He still can contribute in the NHL, but he's old and slow, not the kind of player the Pens should be carrying. They should be looking to get as young and quick as they can.
As far as Recchi goes, I could be satisfied either way. I wouldn't mind seeing him stay because he still is a good offensive player who could contribute to what will hopefully be a much-improved team next season. On the other hand, if you can get a legitimately good young player for him, I wouldn't hesitate. Recchi could have enough value to get it done. He's having a good season, at least offensively, he's experienced, and he's signed through next season. Should a team only want him for the playoff run, they don't have to bring him back for next season, so they have that option too. If Recchi can bring in a young physical defensive defenseman or a young physical winger with a scoring touch, it might be the best thing to do.