Washington stars John Carlson and Nicklas Backstrom suffered upper body injuries in the Capitals 6-3 win over the Penguins in Game 5.
Penguins players say the don't know how they'd react if Boston's Brad Marchand, or anyone, licked them.
Capitals fans love Sidney Crosby. Wait, that's not it. Capitals fans hate Sidney Crosby.
Derick Brassard came to Pittsburgh with a reputation for clutch performances in the spring. That hasn't happened yet but he's confident it's coming soon.
Three things to look for Game 5 of the Penguins' second-round series vs. the Capitals.
Buoyed by a strong second-half at Wilkes-Barre, Daniel Sprong says he's ready and willing to go if inserted into the Penguins' lineup.
The suddenly stingy Penguins held the Capitals to 21 shots and only a tic-tac-toe power-play goal.
"F--- this league!" That's what one Washington player shouted Thursday night as he cracked his stick.
Not even the absence of Tom Wilson could keep the Capitals from acting up.
The Penguins evened their second-round series with the Capitals despite getting little offense from anyone outside of their top line.
Kris Letang has a mean streak.
The best signs in the stands are always locally relevant insults which wouldn't hurt anyone that didn't grow up in the area.
Tom Wilson's head-hunting is nothing new. In part, it's what has helped him reach the NHL.
Daniel Sprong, the top prospect in Pittsburgh's organization, is a possibility to play in the Penguins' second-round playoff series vs. Washington.
I'll take no issue with the NHL suspending Tom Wilson for three games.
Carl Hagelin's return should provide the Penguins with a spark as they look to even their second-round series against Washington.
Capitals star forward T.J. Oshie sounded off on the three-game suspension levied against teammate Tom Wilson, saying his team is "fired up."