When and where — 8 p.m. today, Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh
TV — NBC Sports
Radio — WQMU-FM 92.5
Records — Penguins 8-4 (16 points, first place Metropolitan Division), Bruins 7-3 (14 points, fourth place Atlantic Division)
Leading scorers — Penguins: Sidney Crosby (8 goals, 12 assists, 20 points); Bruins: David Krejci (10 assists, 12 points), Milan Lucic (6 goals).
Notes — The teams meet for the first time since Boston swept Pittsburgh in the Eastern Conference finals last spring. … The Penguins snapped a three-game losing streak with a 3-1 win at Carolina on Monday. Twenty-three-year-old rookie Jayson Megna recorded both his first career goal and assist in the game. Defenseman Brooks Orpik assisted on all three goals. … Center Sidney Crosby leads the league in scoring and is tied for second in assists. Winger Chris Kunitz is tied for the league lead in plus-minus (plus-11), with defenseman Matt Niskanen just behind (plus-10). Goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury (8-2, .928 save percentage) is second in the league in wins. … Defenseman Rob Scuderi (ankle injury) had his consecutive-games streak end Monday at 276. Winger Chuck Kobasew (lower body) is out three-to-four weeks.
About the Bruins — Boston saw its four-game winning streak end with a 4-3 loss to New Jersey at home on Saturday. The Bruins held a 3-1 lead at one point, but their penalty kill gave up all four goals on the night. … The Bruins are 4-0 on the road this year. … Right wing Jarome Iginla, who spurned a trade to Boston at last season’s trading deadline in favor of a move to Pittsburgh, signed with the Bruins as a free agent in the offseason. He has eight points (2 goals, 6 assists) in 10 games. He is on a four-game points streak, as is Milan Lucic. David Krejci is on a seven-game points streak. Torey Krug has three goals in the last three games. … Goaltender Tuukka Rask (6-3) is third in the league in save percentage (.947) and goals-against average (1.56). … Forward Loui Eriksson, acquired in an offseason trade with Dallas, remains out indefinitely with a concussion.
Next — The Penguins play host to Columbus on Friday.