Monday's opener was complete with controversy and a catfish-induced rally, but the Pittsburgh Penguins pulled a rabbit out of their cap.
* Not so merry Murray After losing to players outside the top 25 in Rome and Madrid, world number one Andy Murray kicks off his Roland Garros campaign in less than sparkling form. The Scot, diagnosed with shingles in February and laid low by an elbow injury in March, faces a potentially awkward match
By Karolos Grohmann PARIS (Reuters) - Third seed Stan Wawrinka, the 2015 French Open champion, will be hoping his good claycourt form will spill over into the first round when he takes on rank outsider Jozef Kovalik of Slovakia on Tuesday. Swiss Wawrinka enjoyed the best possible preparation for the