Wings run is finally over. I have to say it was a great season coming up just short in the conference finals. I don't think many expected Wings to go this far. I would expect some changes, some moves by management to be ready for the next season. There are a few question marks on the team at this point. One of the biggest ones is Hasek. Is he going to come back next year and will he be able to go through another season? He's up there in the age category and it is difficult to say how well he'll hold up if he decides to come back. If he retires, we are going to have some goaltending issues. I just don't see Wings resigning Calder and Lang after this playoff run. As far as Bertuzzi goes, we saw flashes of what he can provide, but at what cost and how healthy he is going to be. He already said he wants to stay and so far he fit in rather well, so that's a good sign. Cheli is 45 and how longer he can perform is another question mark. Markov is not the guy to stick around so the book is open on him. We are going to need another center to replace Lang. Hopefully someone with the passion for the game. There are a few free agents that are available on the market: Buffalo's Chris Drury and Daniel Briere, New Jersey's Scott Gomez, and the Islanders' Jason Blake and Ryan Smyth. There are even rumors about bringing back Kozlov to play with Dats. At this point Wings have $32 million tied up with 15 players. They need to resign Cheli, Schneider, and possibly Markov. Bert may command a hefty salary. The cap for the next year should be somewhere around $47 million, so that leaves some room to maneuver, but will be interesting.