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The NHL's biggest star hasn't played in over a month. Overall, that star has been in the lineup just eight times in the last calendar year. Is it time for the NHL to locate a new superstar to market as the face of the league?The suspense is renewed. Sidney Crosby has not played in an NHL game since December 5th, 2011. His status remains "out indefinitely" and his timetable for return simply does not exist. (Though the Penguins reported today that he will rejoin the team.) Diehard fans will tell you he began light workouts but his absence from both practice and media availability is telling. He won’t be back for a while, leading to recent speculation of getting shut down this season and possibly retirement.His return on November 21st was arguably the highlight of the season's first half. Scoring just 5:24 into the game in an iconic, picturesque manner, the hockey world witnessed the return of a true great. Whether you like the Pittsburgh Penguins or despise them...
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Pittsburgh Penguins injured superstar Sidney Crosby will travel with the team for Wednesday's game against the Washington Capitals.
Coach Dan Byslma used the team's Twitter account to announce the news, but also noted that there is no target date for his return. Bylsma also detailed that Crosby will skate on his own during the trip.
The 2007 NHL MVP has not played since...
Pittsburgh Penguins Coach Dan Bylsma said that Sidney Crosby would skate with the team on its current road trip, which ends Sunday.
Penguins center Sidney Crosby skated for the first time since his latest concussion symptoms, saying after his workout in Sunrise, Fla., that he feels better but is not yet symptom-free.
SUNRISE, Fla.—Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby skated with his teammates for the first time in more than a month on Friday but still has no idea when he'll be cleared to practice, let alone see action in a game.
PHT: Sign of hope? Sidney Crosby will rejoin his teammates in Washington and resume skating.
Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby resumed skating for the first time in more than a month Friday.
Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby is ready to resume skating.
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) -- Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has resumed skating for the first time in more than a month.
In the latest NHL Network news update, Ed Cohen reports that the Panthers host the Penguins tonight, and the Pittsburgh organization is anxiously awaiting Sidney Crosby's return. Also, Mike Green of the Washington Capitals is placed on long term Injured Reserved (groin) with no timetable to return. (NBC Sports)
If we had to draw up the list of people who aren't on Ryan Miller's Christmas card list, it'd probably include Milan Lucic (for barreling him over this season), and it might include Sidney Crosby (for scoring the game-winner in the gold medal game) too. And now you can add a cartoonist. Adam Zyglis' cartoon in The Buffalo News surely won't sit well with Miller...
WASHINGTON - Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby was in the building for his team's latest loss, wearing...
Dale Hunter can't imagine an NHL All-Star Game without a "special player" such as Alex Ovechkin. Every time the game has been held during Ovechkin's career, the Washington Capitals star has been there. That won't change later this month, as Ovechkin will make his fifth All-Star appearance despite questionable numbers. ...
With Penguins captain Sidney Crosby watching from the press box, Washington's Jason Chimera scored off a turnover in the first period and Tomas Vokoun made 30 saves, giving the Capitals a 1-0 victory on Wednesday, Pittsburgh's sixth consecutive loss.
For the first few weeks under Dale Hunter, the Capitals looked like the same listless squad that sputtered in November. Now a month later, the Capitals are winning games and, more importantly, Alex Ovechkin looks more like himself.
WASHINGTON (AP) With Penguins captain Sidney Crosby watching from the press box, Washington's Jason Chimera scored off a turnover
in the first period and Tomas Vokoun made 30 saves, giving the Capitals a 1-0 victory on Wednesday night, Pittsburgh's sixth