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Asked about the amount of contact he has had in practice the past few weeks, Sidney Crosby smiled. "Uh, three hits?" he said, then laughed. At least the Penguins captain is keeping his spirits up as he continues to work his way back from a concussion that has kept him out of games since Jan. 5.
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Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that he will not play this week.
The Penguins have games Thursday at San Jose and Sunday at Los Angeles, followed by five days off. Crosby has not played since Jan. 5 due to a concussion and is slowly working his way back to game condition.
"Same old story," Crosby told the newspaper Monday...
Hockey fans have been on Sidney Crosby watch for months now; rumor has it the date 11/11/11 has the potential to be extra magical for supporters in Pittsburgh and hockey fans in general. That's when Sidney Crosby could play his first game for the Pittsburgh Penguins since Jan. 5. How do you see Crosby faring in his return? I think hockey pool managers should have this date circled...
Previously on Outside the Boxscore, we featured some NHL players dressing up in their Halloween costumes.
Recently, Pittsburgh Evgeni Malkin decided to Tweet a picture of him and Sidney Crosby all dressed up, Malkin is on the right and Sid the Kid is on the left:
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Sidney Crosby has been cleared for contact. His coaches know it. His teammates know it. Heck, most of the planet seems to know it. And now that guys are allowed to hit Crosby, it's only a matter of time until someone does. Probably.
Penguins center Sidney Crosby said he will not play for the Penguins in either of two games on a West Coast trip this week.
Don't you dare hurt Washington Capitals Alexander Ovechkin's feelings by taking him out of the game in crunch time. The Washington Capitals trailed by two goals with less than half a period left on Tuesday night against the Anaheim Ducks. The Caps went on a scoring bing and put together a 5-4 comeback win in overtime. What part did Alexander Ovechkin play in the nice...
These aren't complimetary costumes T...
Halloween weekend is the perfect opportunity to catch athletes letting their hair down…and some even let their hair up…Here is Pittsburgh Penguin stars Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby over the weekend dressed up as ??? and a gladiator…Pretty decent costumes, and they work well for anonymity, which is always a plus. -TO
Still no Sidney Crosby, still no problem for the plucky Penguins who are the new No. 1 in Adrian Dater's weekly Power Rankings. But in Boston, it may be time to hit the panic button.
We would take John Tortorella as a head coach every day of the week. Forget last year's 24/7. Tortorella's presence in this year's 24/7 is going to win an Emmy. Here's the Thornton-Tortorella saga in 65 seconds:
-Jordan Staal and Kris Letang are headed to California with the team. [ Trib ]
-Dejan gives everyone a look at Sidney Crosby...
It was an apologetic Joe Thornton who addressed the local media Wednesday, again saying that he wished he had chosen his words differently after the Sharks' 5-2 loss to the New York Rangers on Monday.
Alexander Ovechkin Benched Tuesday -- and the Strategy Pays Off
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Can you imagine Dan Bylsma benching Sidney Crosby for the last minute of regulation with the Pens down a goal?
No, neither can I but thatâs exactly what happened Tuesday night in Washington with Alexander Ovechkin and coach Bruce Boudreau. With the Capitals down, 4-3...