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Via screenshot from Chuck E. You can see Crosby's teeth flying out.
Speaking of teeth. The Pens sent this text out today:
After the jump news from Iggy's first practice, more jaw ****, and the Flyers make a trade for a car thief.
Lines today at practice:
Only three players were absent from the team's practice: Sidney Crosby, Paul Martin and Kris Letang.
In the lines, Kennedy slid into Crosby's spot between Kunitz and Dupuis. The second and third lines remained the same.
Pens have won 15 straight, and Tyler Kennedy is your first-line center. Just think about that.
3 good links
-- DVE had former Pens Rick Tocchet on to talk about his broken jaw. [ DVE ]
-- Oh the Flyers traded for Jay Rosenhill. They traded Harry Zolnierczyk...... ...
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Sidney Crosby is unable to speak as he recovers from his broken jaw. He is also on a liquid diet for the foreseeable future.
Pittsburgh Penguins star/captain Sidney Crosby has enjoyed a serious comeback this season after numerous false starts last year due to his bout with concussions.
Now that he’s on a roll, it’s not likely that he will let a few missing teeth stop him from helping his team lunge for the NHL’s consecutive wins record.
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Don’t hand the Stanley Cup to the Penguins just yet.
Pittsburgh captain Sidney Crosby will be missing games indefinitely after undergoing surgery for a broken jaw on Saturday night, according to the team. The Penguins star was hit in the face by a puck in Saturday’s win against the Islanders.
Crosby “underwent major dental work and will have additional dental work later in...
The Pittsburgh Penguins debuted their new and improved roster today against the New York Islanders, but just 50 seconds in Sidney Crosby left the game after taking slapshot in face. If you watch the replay closely, you can see a couple of Sid’s teeth go flying before he is knocked down to the ice. This is the third time in the last year that Crosby has taken a puck to the face...
Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby is out of the hospital after breaking his jaw Saturday.
The Penguins confirmed on their Twitter account Tuesday that Crosby had been released a day earlier. He will be out of the lineup indefinitely after undergoing surgery.
Crosby was hurt in the first period of the Penguins' 2-0 win over the New York Islanders when he was struck in...
The panel discussed trades/who is available, did the Penguins (Sidney Crosby) tamper with the Iginla trade and the Phoenix Coyotes situation.
Before I say what I am about to say, let me preface it by saying that I am being the Devil’s advocate. What I am about to suggest may very well happen, but I could very well be wrong too. Therefore, without further ado,
The Chicago Blackhawks or Pittsburgh Penguins will not win the Stanley Cup.
In a shortened year in which these two teams have absolutely dominated the league...
The streaking Pittsburgh Penguins have lost their captain.
But that's OK, they say. Not only have the Penguins grown accustomed to playing without Sidney Crosby in recent years, they also just traded for two other team captains.
Pittsburgh went through its first practice Monday since learning that NHL scoring leader Crosby underwent surgery for a broken jaw that will keep him...
(PhatzRadio / AP) — PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Penguins overcame an injury to Sidney Crosby on Saturday for their 15th straight victory, beating the New York Islanders 2-0 in Jarome Iginla’s debut behind third-period goals from Matt Cooke and James Neal. Tomas Vokoun made 35 saves as Pittsburgh moved within two wins of the NHL record of 17 straight victories set by...
All good things eventually come to an end. In the case of the Pittsburgh Penguins, their winning streak failed to reach 16 games as the Buffalo Sabres won at home by a score of 4-1.
Now that their streak is officially a thing of the past, it's time to look back and marvel at what the Penguins were able to accomplish.
Hockey analysts and fans will surely debate which...