Fortunately for Boston, none of the injuries were serious, and Bruins coach Claude Julien expects everyone ready for Sunday's game against the Capitals in Washington.
Bruins defensemen Dennis Seidenberg received a total of 20 stitches to repair of pair of cuts between his eyes and on his nose after he was slammed face-first into the glass early in the third period. He was able to return in the waning minutes of the game.
"I just got stung a little bit," Corvo said. "When collisions like that happen, we're both going fast in opposite directions and we don't mean to hit each other. I just got stung a little bit."
Corvo did say he expects to play Sunday in Washington.
Bruins forward Tyler Seguin had a fat upper lip and said his teeth were sore after he caught a high stick to the face at 8:56 of the second period that resulted in a double-minor penalty on the Penguins' Pascal Dupuis. Boston could not capitalize on the four-minute man-advantage.