Bill Guerin is still a player that many teams should be interested in. He's not like he used to be, but I think playing the right amount of minutes, he'd still be a solid contributor offensively and no doubt he contributes a lot as a veteran and a leader. He also has two Cups. He could be a very nice addition to a team looking to make a deep playoff run.
The Kings make the most sense to me. I think he'd be a great fit in Los Angeles. The Kings could benefit from adding a bottom 6 player and Guerin could play very well in a bottom 6 role at this point of his career. He'd be especially useful to the Kings, a younger team looking to take the next step in the playoffs. I bet he'd sign for really cheap.
I've always liked Guerin and I'm a bit disappointed to hear the Penguins won't keep him but I guess they are looking out for what's best for the organization. For the past two years he's been in Pittsburgh, I thought he'd retire as a Penguin for sure, but if he wants to keep playing, I think he should without a question. I'd love to keep watching him play and really hope he gets signed soon.
I agree that Guerin still has something to offer. He's not a core player now that you build your team around but he can be a good support player. His experience and leadership qualities should make him attractive enough to get some offers.
Matt Barry(a Kings blogger) stated in his blog the Kings offered him a contract, but he said Guerin wants to stay out east.
I guess we'll find out soon enough.
If he wants to stay out East, I'd love the Sabres to sign him. However, we already got Niedermayer, who is similar to Guerin in the leadership and veteran who has won a Cup aspect, so I don't think we'd need to add another player of that type. We also don't have really any room to add another forward. Our bottom 6 is pretty full and I don't think Guerin would be a good fit in any team's top 6 anymore.
Maybe he goes back to New Jersey. Lou has a history of bringing players back (Arnott, Rolston, Shanahan, Salmela).