"People kept throwing hats. I was just asking if he could make an announcement to ask them to stop. I mean, the first wave came and then I think they were all pretty much picked up, and then more started coming. So for us, we just wanted to make sure we kept kind of moving and kept the game going, wanted to try to get back in it. So wasn't complaining about anything."
- Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby on the hats thrown onto the ice after Washington's Alex Ovechkinscored his first career hat trick in the Caps' 4-3 win in Game 2.