Bennett has a shot of making the team. If so, he is a right handed shot and will play on Sid's RW, with Dupuis moving back to the left.
Kunitz - Malkin - Neal
Dupuis - Crosby - Bennett
If Tangradi gets the nod, I'd like to see him used on Malkin's line to spread the talent out a bit, moving Kunitz back with Sid:
Tangradi - Malkin - Neal
Kunitz - Crosby - Dupuis
In either case, I think Iginla would be a good trade deadline acquisition for Sid's right wing. He is a FA after the season, so his contract won't jeopardize our ability to sign Malkin or Letang long term like a guy like Ryan would, and we know he plays well with Sid. What that does with Bennett, Tangradi and Dupuis depends on what pieces need to be sent the other direction. Tangradi or Dupuis could be slid down the lineup, and Bennett could be sent back to WB/S till next season.
On defense, things are a little more murky. Everyone wants to talk about moving Martin, but I think Shero made a decision at the draft between Martin and Michalek, and Michalek left. We do, however, need some more size on the back end. Despres is a bigger guy, and before the lockout he seemed like the heir apparent, but his play in WB/S has been spotty. Bortuzzo is also a big guy playing well, and I believe if he was healthy last season, he would have gotten the call over Strait. The guy I really like right now though is Dumoulin. Despite this being his first year in WB/S, he is 21 years old and played three years at Boston College in a system similar to what the Pens play. He is also arguably the best defender in WB/S right now and is 6'4" 220lbs.
Letang - Martin
Orpik - Niskanen
Bortuzzo - Dumoulin
Despres comes up when he shows he is ready.