What is you guys' opinion on this subject?
Personally, I don't think he was killed. The song, that being "Don't Stop Believing", is playing at the time which indicates to me at least in some way that the Sopranos live on, and what we've seen to that point is merely a glimpse into the life. We, the audience, have in essence been taken out.
There really is no "right" answer per se. But to me, he doesn't die. We're merely abruptly taken out of their lives.
ETA: Just read the article posted and the analysis of the POV nature of the final scene and how it played out. It does seem to make sense that he was killed per that explanation, but that is merely one man's opinion. Interesting though.
This post was edited on 5/9 at 8:39 pm