Sidney Crosby's return has the Pittsburgh Penguins surging and atop the Eastern Conference.
Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers feel they can beat anyone, and they're proving it at Madison Square Garden.
Crosby looks to continue his torrid scoring against one of the stingiest teams in the NHL Tuesday night when the Penguins face Lundqvist and the Rangers for the first time this season.
The Penguins (14-6-4) have gone 3-0-1 since getting Crosby back from a concussion that sidelined him since Jan. 5, with the Pittsburgh captain totaling two goals and seven assists.
The superstar center's latest scoring display included two assists in a 4-3 overtime win at Montreal in the opener of this four-game road trip.
"It's still a process and adjusting," Crosby told the team's official website. "To get that many games in for the first week is good."
Crosby has 10 goals and 12 assists during an 11-game point streak against the Rangers. He has been held pointless only eight times in 37...