Will Dan Bylsma and Ray Shero be fired: This seems inevitable after this year's collapse against a New York Rangers team that was ripe for a knockout punch after falling behind 3-1 in the series. Bylsma was on thin ice after the Penguins were swept in the conference final last year, and that ice will likely crack in the coming days or weeks.
Shero probably has a better chance of surviving, as general managers always seem to find a way to survive the ax longer than their coaches. But this team had holes that weren't filled by Shero, which makes him just as culpable as Bylsma.
What to do with Marc-Andre Fleury: Well, what the team should do is buy him out. He has one year and $5 million remaining on a contract that should be doused in gasoline and lit on fire. Sure, he wasn't the monstrosity in net this postseason like he was the previous two, but he was still average at best and inconsistent at all times. With pending unrestricted free agents Ryan Miller, Jaroslav Halak and Jonas Hiller potentially available, the Penguins must bring one of them to Pittsburgh.
Are any of those goaltenders guaranteed to win a Cup in Pittsburgh? Of course not. But owner Mario Lemieux has to know for a fact at this point that Fleury can't do it, so another direction must be taken.
Should the Penguins trade Kris Letang: Due to Shero's poor drafting of forwards since 2006, the team is sorely lacking in that category. The Penguins are loaded on defense, so dealing Letang makes a lot of sense from the standpoint that he would fetch the biggest return of anyone on the roster. His eight-year, $58 million contract begins next season, as does his no-trade clause, so the time to move him in the right deal is now.