You make a great point, Don. Sullivan completely changed the culture of the team, and it's paid off. I still remember all of those Penguin series the last 4-5 years before last season where they'd be giving up 3-4 goals a game it seemed like. It's been night and day with Sullivan on the bench. Crosby has been playing great this year as well. He's been very impressive, helping to carry the team at times when various Penguins have been out with injury, with 45 goals and 45 assists this season. It's good that Malkin has come back (who's impressed the first couple of games in the Columbus series), along with defensemen Maata and Daley. With Letang out for the year, the Penguins need all of the defensive help they can get in the playoffs. Justin Schultz has helped with the defense as well; he's taken his game to another level this season, and is helping to soften the blow of losing Letang. It sounds like Carl Hagelin may be back as well should the Penguins beat Columbus, which should help bolster an already very strong attack. Young guns Jake Guentzel and Conor Sheary have been very impressive playing alongside Crosby. They are fast, talented, and fun to watch. The Capitals and Maple Leafs square off in Game 2 tonight. It should be very interesting, considering the Maple Leafs had Washington on the ropes in the first game before they came storming back to win in OT. Edit: The Blackhawks and Predators will also be on NBC tonight for those interested. The Predators won game one. I'm hoping Chicago is able to come back and beat them in the series. The Predators feature the media's favorite player in PK Subban.