Penguins' Neal, Asham face hearings
Neal faces possible punishment for a hit late in the third period on rookie Sean Couturier, who had turned his head after passing the puck.
Neal received no penalty on the play, but was assessed a charging penalty shortly after for a hit on Claude Giroux which triggered a massive brawl between the two teams.
The 24-year-old Neal, who has two goals and three assists in the series, could face a stiffer penalty from the NHL as a repeat offender. He served a two-game suspension last season for a hit to the head of Columbus forward Derek Dorsett.
Asham received a game misconduct for a cross-check near the chin of Brayden Schenn in the first period. Asham then punched Schenn in the head while the Flyers center was down on the ice.
Philadelphia took a 3-0 lead in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals with Sunday's 8-4 victory.