Found April 24, 2013 on PenguinPoop:
Sidney Crosby has been skating in full gear and working out at home.  You can read “They have yet to set a timetable on when Sidney Crosby will return” all over the internet.  It is this simple, Crosby doesn’t have a concussion, he sets his own timetable.  Penguins Evgeni Malkin appeared out of the blue yesterday afternoon and announced he was playing last night, why not Crosby?  Players have came back sooner from broken jaws, Penguins player Rick Tocchet broke his jaw in the playoffs then engaged in a fight three games later. Shelley Anderson at the Post-Gazette tweeted “Heard Sidney Crosby feeling pretty good but there just might not be enough healing in broken jaw for him to play before playoffs“.  Sometimes things have a way of healing faster when they get in the way of something someone wants. Crosby has admitted several times that he is an extremely competitive person, believe me, he wants the Art Ross Trophy. Is it selfish to want to win the Art Ross Trophy?  Probably. I had ...
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