Found November 24, 2011 on
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...
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After what could only be described as a spectular performance in his return to the ice after nearly a years absence, Penguins captain Sidney Crosby hopes he can maintain the same level of play when the Blues come to town Wednesday. It will be no easy task to match though as Crosby put up 2 goals and 2 assists and looked like he never missed a shift, let alone 10 months in...
The Penguins were arguably the NHL's best team without Sidney Crosby. After his successful return, a case can be made to remove the "arguably" and not just because of Crosby's individual talents.
In the hours following Sidney Crosby's stellar season debut on Monday, so much of the media scurried to remove the "arguably" from "the Penguins are...
Sidney Crosby is still the best, particularly at inspiring hyperbole. The Penguins' center returned this week after missing nearly a year with a concussion sustained in early January. His debut Monday was everything...
By Christopher Decker (@HockeyGuy_Chris)
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You are probably one of many people who grew tired of the redundant, nebulous information circulating the blogosphere and of cryptic rumors surrounding Sidney Crosby’s health. After Crosby suffered two consecutive concussions last season, many weren’t sure he’d be able to go this season. And...
(Stephen S. is off all week. Can you tell?)
Was listening to The Fan on Thanksgiving morning from 7:00 to 8:00 a.m. Pretty sure it was Troy Clardy hosting. Basically, he was saying that it was foolish for Pens fans to have started "planning the parade" after the 5-0 win over the Stains on Monday night in Sid's return, it's a long season, too...
Sidney Crosby thrilled the hockey world in his highly- anticipated return to the ice on Monday and No. 87 will lead Pittsburgh tonight when the Penguins host the St. Louis Blues at Consol Energy Center.
History shows the Penguins' blue line especially defenseman Kris Letang is far more productive with Sidney Crosby in the lineup.
It's still great to see Sidney Crosby in the line-up.
That feeling will probably last for a while. Here are the line combinations for tonight's game.
Pittsburgh Penguins Lines from Penguins.NHL.com:
Chris Kunitz - Sidney Crosby - Pascal Dupuis
Steve Sullivan - Evgeni Malkin - James Neal
Matt Cooke - Jordan Staal - Tyler Kennedy
On a night when Sidney Crosby finally showed some rust, his teammates weren't much better as Alex Pietrangelo scored in overtime to give the Blues a win.