I'm nostalgic, so the thought of bringing back any once-popular Penguin excites me (see Kovalev, Alex). But removing my fond memories of times past, I view this a little more realistically. Gonchar, as someone mentioned above, is two years older than he was when he left Pittsburgh looking, at times, like an old man. That said, Gonchar runs a power play like few others in the NHL, and having him back for one lockout-shortened season to help bring along Letang and truly teach him some tricks of the trade doesn't seem like a bad idea for a team with extra cap space. This works, in my opinion, if his even strength ice time is limited and he sees little/no time on the PK.