Found January 03, 2013 on Talk Hockey:
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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