Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby will meet with a neuropsychologist Tuesday to determine whether he can skate with contact.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported that Crosby will meet with clinical neuropsychologist Dr. Michael Collins, whose evaluation will determine whether Crosby can take his recovery fromm a concussion to the next step.
Crosby has not played since Jan. 5 due to a concussion and its aftereffects. He has been skating with the team in non-contact drills and traveled with the Penguins on their season-opening road trip.
At a preseason news conference, Crosby said he expects to play this season. However, there remains no timetable for his return.