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St. Louis Blues
Matt Ellis used to be afraid to look at the Bruins bench. But not tonight.
Preview: St. Louis Blues at Pittsburgh Penguins, 7:00 p.m. ET
Will Sidney Crosby's second game be as awesome as his first? I'm gonna say no, simply because the St. Louis Blues will probably try to stop him. Mind you, in the Islanders' defense, it was hard for them to do much defending while holding those 'Welcome back' signs. The Blues will be motivated. They're winless in four straight road games, and I bet they'd rather they weren't.
Preview: Boston Bruins at Buffalo Sabres, 7:00 p.m. ET
Wherein the Sabres and the Bruins meet for the first time since Milan Lucic knocked Ryan Miller's block off and said block-knocking went unreciprocated. As Biblically encouraged as being 'slow to wrath' may be, one assumes the Sabres will be a little more aggressive this time around. This one's a must-watch, if only because Christian Ehrhoff looks hilarious when he's sta...
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It’s about time.
Sidney Crosby skates up ice during Monday's game against the New York Islanders.
I didn’t think I’d be saying it, but watching Sidney Crosby skate Monday night felt right. I said “nil,” for a while, in regards to his value to the NHL.
It looked as if the league did just fine without him the second half of last season. The Sedin twins were...
The expecations were high for Sidney Crosby's return. Unbelievably, and inevitably, he delivered, says Sarah Kwak. Crosby had four points as the Penguins rolled by the Islanders 5-0.
Practice, as the old saying goes, makes perfect.
While the Ottawa Senators aren't exactly read to claim such lofty status, they're anxious to see how much three days' worth of practice at home will help them stack up against the Sidney Crosby a...
Sidney Crosby capped his comeback with a flourish.
A goal on his first shot was just the tip of an unforgettable four-point masterpiece for Sidney Crosby's comeback in a Penguins victory.
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The Penguins have gone as Sidney Crosby has in his first two games since returning to the lineup - spectacular at first and uneven in the second.
The superstar center looks to continue finding his bearings when the Penguins wrap up a three-game homestand Friday night against the Ottawa Senators.
Crosby made his long-anticipated return from post-concussion symptoms in stellar fashion...
The defining moment of Sidney Crosby's dazzling season debut in the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-0 rout over the New York Islanders on Monday didn't come on either of his two goals or his two assists. It didn't come on the flash-bulb popping opening faceoff or the electric buzz his presence on the ice created.
Sidney Crosby needed nearly a year to recover from a concussion, but it took mere minutes for him to re-establish himself as the best hockey player in the world.
Sidney Crosby woke up on the first day of the rest of his hockey life and felt something he hadn't experienced in a long, long time.
Full squad leads Pittsburgh into Wednesday matchup against Western Conference foe
Blues (10-8-2, 3-6-1 Road) at Pens (12-6-3, 7-1-1), CONSOL Energy Center, 7:05 pm EDT
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In case you missed it, hereâs Islandersâ goalie and tenured employee, Rick DiPietro, skating across the ice after Mondayâs game to pick up the game puck...