Found January 03, 2013 on
Sidney Crosby is the one of the only players who hasn't signed in another league during the NHL lockout. He is hopeful that the NHL will come to a deal soon and when they do, along with a shortened regular season schedule, they will also keep a small exhibition season schedule.If they come to an agreement to end the lockout, Crosby doesn't want the NHL to ignore exhibition games so they can have more regular season games. Jumping straight into a season could leave players vulnerable to injuries.Sidney Crosby only played 22 games last season because of a concussion injury he sustained during the 2012 Winter Classic.Related:Sidney Crosby's season could be over due to concussion
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Sidney Crosby's been down the road too many times during the NHL's seemingly interminable lockout to get too optimistic about the latest - and perhaps last - round of negotiations.
Yet the Pittsburgh Penguins star knows eventually his team will get back to work. If it's sometime later this month, the normal 82-game regular season would turn into a 48-game dash, one that...
Sidney Crosby expects the NHL season - whenever it begins - to resemble a sprint. The Penguins hope they resemble Usain Bolt.
While labor talks inched toward a resolution on Thursday amid talks of a 48-game regular season, Crosby and a handful of teammates worked out hoping they'll be able to get back to work in the near future.
The Penguins will return the core of the team...
Previously on Outside the Boxscore, we've posted some pretty strange fan moments but this story about a 17-year-old Pittsburgh Penguins fan refusing to shave her legs is an odd one.
The fan's name is Maggie Wagner from Xenia, Ohio and recently, she revealed her hairy legs thanks to the NHL Lockout via the world on Twitter:
Maggie hasn't shaved since the start...