9:08 PM EST, Sun February 19, 2017

Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby scores 1,000th career point

Sidney Crosby hit another milestone, scoring his 1,000th point in 757 NHL games, putting him at eighth in the NHL's list of most career points scored by an active player. - Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nbcsports - Follow us on Twitter:

Crosby and Malkin with a beautiful play to end exciting OT

After some amazing chances by both teams, Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby finishes off an amazing play from Evgeni Malkin to end one of the most exciting overtimes this season.

Crosby assists Ferland in giving Flames a 1-0 lead

Watch as Michael Ferland strips Sidney Crosby of the puck and pulls away to score a goal.

Boston Herald

Sidney Crosby in full flight as entry to 1,000-point club looms

PITTSBURGH — Five years ago, Sidney Crosby spent a winter working out in solitude wondering when the pain in his neck would ease and the intermittent fog in his head would lift. The lingering effects of a concussion in the 2011 Winter Classic left the Pittsburgh Penguins captains once bright future uncertain at best.For the first time in his life, the preternatural vision that helped make Crosby a star couldnt see the next move.Reaching a thousand points? Heck, Crosby would have settled for the chance to score just once more.A lot of things go through your head as far as playing again,...

The Hockey Writers

Without Sheary, Penguins Depth Tested

Other than a brief Sidney Crosby absence due to a concussion, the Pittsburgh Penguins were very healthy through the first couple months of 2016-17. A few other players missed some time, but relatively speaking, the team suffered no major setbacks. It’s been a completely different story since the middle of December. Defensemen Kris Letang, Trevor […]