Not saying no, but there's probably a better chance of hell freezing over first. Looking at the chart, I see a lot of support levels it would have to break including 66 (lower trendline going back to Aug/11), 63 (50 day SMA), 61-62, and 58 (lower trendline going back to March/09).
Honestly, I don't know what PGN shareholders could possibly have to complain about. Consider yourselves lucky that DUK bought your company out. You are in much better hands now. PGN would certainly have underperformed if DUK had not initiated a buyout. Grow up... this is Corporate America last I checked.