"I think I've done a really good job the whole year. I'm just going to keep going. I finish my hits, it's nothing out of the ordinary. With these hits, you can't look at that and say, 'That's a really bad hit.' You have to slow it down and look at it in detail to suspend me. That's what they're going to do. And that's fine with me. I'll take it. It will make me a better hockey player at the end of the day."
- Philadelphia's Zac Rinaldo, who returned to the lineup Tuesday night after serving a two-game suspension.