John Tortorella likes speaking his mind, and when he does that, things tend to get salty. Dan Rubenstein explains why this is a good thing.
The Red Wings will hope to build on their Game 2 win, but the Blackhawks have been plenty successful in Detroit.
Despite an inability to hold off a late push from the Ottawa Senators in Game 3, the Pittsburgh Penguins displayed a facet of their game that hasn't been seen during the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs.
Joel Quenneville confirmed Michal Handzus and Viktor Stalberg will be available for Game 3, which means another player will need to be scratched.
After numerous failed power play opportunities, the Penguins finally got on the board with an even-strength goal late in the 2nd, and lead 1-0 at the second intermission.
The Penguins and Senators didn't score in the opening period of Game 3, but there was a solid check from Gonchar to admire.