However, the Tribune-Review believes the Penguins will hold on to all three of them, as the team's latest draft history hasn't been overly successful.
As the paper notes, Staal is the only player of 16 drafted by the team between 2006-2008 to secure a full time spot on the Penguins' roster.
Staal could be dealt for a package of depth-quality players, however such a move appears to be unlikely, as the Penguins aim to compete for the Stanley Cup again next season.
The Tribune-Review also claims that with Staal, Crosby, Malkin and Kris Letang due new contracts in the next two years, the Penguins are likely forced to pay them premium contracts and hope they can lead the team to another championship.
All that being considered, several teams are expected to make a push for Staal this off-season, once teams wrap up their season-ending meetings and build game plans for the summer.