-Dave Molinari's recap from last night's game. "I was hoping it would curve [into the net] at the end, but it didn't happen. One day. One day, it's going to go." - Marc-Andre Fleury (above) on his attempt at shooting at an empty net.
-The Columbus Dispatch's recap. “They did a good job keeping us to the outside, limiting our quality chances. We didn’t get second looks at Fleury. We did a lot of good things against them. But they only need a little break here or there to get it done. It’s that close.” - Blue Jackets forward Matt Calvert.
-The Associated Press' recap. ''It looked like that was the only way I was going to score tonight the way it was going. I had some really pretty chances that didn't go in ... that second one ended up being important for us.'' - Sidney Crosby on his goal which went off his body.
-Mike Lange's goal calls.
-Zach Sill versus Columbus' Corey Tropp:
-Evgeni Malkin and Jayson Megna speak:
-Bylsma and Craig Adams make faces:
-Dan Bylsma speaks:
-James Neal was suspended five games for kneeing Bruins forward Brad Marchand's head.
-Crosby defended Brooks Orpik and Bruins forward Shawn Thornton ... to a certain extent.
“That’s worse to me than Thornton,” Neil said of Neal. “He deliberately goes with a knee to the head and that starts the whole thing. Shawn is not a guy like that, either, so something must have happened.”- See more at: http://www.senatorsextra.com/main/senators-flyers-agree-james-neal-hit-was-dirty#sthash.TWqG6sV3.dpuf
“That’s worse to me than Thornton. He deliberately goes with a knee to the head and that starts the whole thing. Shawn is not a guy like that, either, so something must have happened.”- Senators forward Chris Neil making a comparison between James Neal's knee to Marchand's head and Thornton's attack on Orpik.
-"I guess I got him in the back of the leg. It's unfortunate. You don't want to injure players. At first, I didn't even know I got him. I feel bad about it." - Pascal Dupuis on his slash which broke a leg for Bruins forward Chris Kelly Saturday.
-Olli Maatta (right) will not be a part of Finland's roster for the World Junior Championships.
-Injuries at the NHL and AHL level have decimated the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins' lineup.
-Penguins owner Ron Burkle bought Jesse Owens' gold medal.
-Happy 31st birthday to former Penguins defenseman Nathan Guenin. A native of Hopewell, Guenin came to the Penguins as a free agent in the 2009 offseason. After two games and no points, Guenin was traded midway through the 2009-10 season in exchange for Steve Wagner. He is currently a member of the Colorado Avalanche.
-Happy 50th birthday to former Penguins forward Chris Kontos. Acquired midway through the 1986-87 season in a deal which sent Ron Duguay to the Rangers, Kontos spent parts of two seasons with the Penguins. He finished 1986-87 by appearing in 31 games for the Penguins and scoring 17 points. After 36 games and eight points in 1987-88, Kontos was traded to the Kings along with a draft pick in exchange for Bryan Erickson. In 67 games with the Penguins, Kontos scored 25 points.
-After the Jump: Arron Asham returns to the NHL and Winnipeg gets an outdoor game.