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If there is a team in the league that simply doesn’t care for the whining that goes on about the Montreal Canadiens injury problems this season – it’s the Pittsburgh Penguins. Obviously missing Sidney Crosby (who remains 12th on team scoring despite only playing 8 games this season) hurts. But the Penguins have also missed considerable time from Kris Letang, Jordan Stall and Tyler Kennedy. Through thick and thin, the Penguins remain in 6th place in the Eastern Conference – and look ever like the team that seems to now perennially sit in good standing – ready to pounce once the playoffs show up.
This must be a welcome change for Penguins fans whose pre-Crosby memories are filled with basement finishes and an empty, decrepit, old building. And while missing Crosby comes with pain that Montreal fans can empathize with, as Andrei Markov continues to wait until he is fit enough to return to the Habs lineup, the Penguins have done a remarkable job of staying the course – of putting poin...
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via the Pittsburgh Penguins, Sidney Crosby traveled to California Friday to visit with Dr. Robert S. Bray, a neurological spine specialist, as part of his continuing treatment program. Crosby will undergo a series of tests with Dr. Bray.
Crosby has not played since Dec. 5 because of concussion-like symptoms.
Crosby accompanied the Pittsburgh Penguins on their trip to Florida...
Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby flew to California to meet with a neurological spine specialist.
Crosby will meet with Dr. Robert S. Bray after he was examined extensively by Dr. Ted Carrick, a chiropractic neurology specialist who treated him in the summer.
"Sidney is meeting with some of the top specialists in the country as he continues his recovery," Penguins...
The roars have quieted, replaced by questions the ever-patient 24-year-old has grown weary of answering. The truth is, Crosby doesn't know when the concussion-like symptoms that have limited him to eight games over the last 12 months will abate.
PITTSBURGH - The moment is etched in Canadian hockey lore.
There's Sidney Crosby, standing in the corner of...
Crosby having a tough time figuring out his role while dealing with concussion-like symptoms.
The Penguins were again without the injured Sidney Crosby, but his Pittsburgh teammates showed plenty of firepower against the Rangers.
Sidney Crosby's return date remains unknown, but the Pittsburgh Penguins found out earlier this week they can expect one of their other key contributors back soon from a concussion.
That return may come as soon as Thursday night.
Out since late November, defenseman Kris Letang could be back as the Penguins visit Madison Square Garden looking to win their fourth straight overall...
from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, • The spotlight glares brightly on Sidney Crosby’s latest visit to a specialist while teammate Evgeni Malkin soldiers on with so little notice.
Crosby’s lack of play has been the single most discussed matter of this National Hockey League season. But at the same time, it’s remarkable how little praise has come Malkin’s way as he has...
1_17_12 Hudson HockeyListen to the Hudson Hockey Crew John Pedersen and Bret Leuthner talk about the hot teams in the NHL, the NY Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, and St. Louis Blues. Sidney Crosby seeing a specialist, and the FHL’s NJ Outlaws still dominating the league. All that and more on this episode of Hudson Hockey. Bookmark It Hide Sites $$('...
Last season the Penguins suffered 350 man-games lost – including missing significant players like Sidney Crosby (41), Evgeni Malkin (39) and Jordan Staal (39). Despite having a depleted lineup, the Pens finished tied in points for the Atlant...