It's a bit of a mess for the Anaheim Ducks right now and it's probably going to get worse before it gets better.
With Bobby Ryan on the trading block, Teemu Selanne mulling over retirement and Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf set to become the Zach Parise and Ryan Suter of 2013, the Ducks' problems extend far beyond filling a few second- and third-line roster spots.
This team needs to establish a plan of action. They need to improve soon if they want to take advantage of the core they have right now.
Adding some more depth before this coming season will help, but at this point, they aren't giving Perry or Getzlaf a single reason to want to stay in Anaheim.
They need to improve fast. Signing Sheldon Souray and Bryan Allen was a small start. They'll need to do a lot more if they want to compete and keep their team intact.
Here are five points where the Ducks need to improve moving forward.