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Pittsburgh Penguins Sidney Crosby Out With Lower-Body Injury

The Pittsburgh Penguins announced that centre and captain Sidney Crosby is out with a lower-body injury and will not travel with the team on their upcoming road trip. https://twitter.com/JoshYohe_PGH/status/1193944042876407809 Sidney Crosby Injured During the Penguins 3-2 shootout win over the Chicago Blackhawks Saturday night, Crosby left the game with an undisclosed injury. It is unclear when the injury happened as Crosby on the same shift in the third period fell awkwardly on his leg before blocking a shot off his foot. Soon after he limped towards the bench before leaving the game...

The Hockey Writers

Injured Penguins Star Sidney Crosby to Miss Rangers Game

PITTSBURGH — Penguins star Sidney Crosby will miss Tuesday night’s game against the Rangers because of an undisclosed injury. Pittsburgh coach Mike Sullivan said Monday that Crosby will not travel with the club to New York. The Penguins also play Friday at New Jersey, but Sullivan did not explicitly say Crosby would miss both games. […] The post Injured Penguins Star Sidney Crosby to Miss Rangers Game appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

CBC News

Sidney Crosby to miss Rangers' game with undisclosed injury

Penguins star Sidney Crosby will miss Tuesday night's game against the Rangers because of an undisclosed injury.

PensBurgh

Sidney Crosby misses practice, ruled OUT tomorrow against the Rangers

Photo by Mike Stobe/NHLI via The Pens’ captain will miss his first game of the season There was no Sidney Crosby on the ice for practice on Monday, after leaving the third period of Saturday’s game with an undisclosed lower body injury. Crosby was doubled over along the boards in a weird fashion then soon after blocked a shot with his foot and left the game. Coach Mike Sullivan provided very little update today, only saying that Crosby officially is “still being evaluated” with no further details besides the announcement he will not play tomorrow night against the New York...

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What Sidney Crosby’s injury means for the Penguins

Photo by Jeanine Leech/Icon Sportswire via It’s never a good thing when the captain goes down The Penguins got a monkey off their back by beating the Chicago Blackhawks for the first time since the sixth grade picnic, but the lasting memory the day after is Sidney Crosby getting hurt in the third period. Crosby got torqued over on his leg awkwardly and then later in the sequence got struck with the puck in the foot while blocking the shot. Shortly after he gingerly skated to the bench and would not return to the game. A closer look. Wish this had gone longer....

Sportsnet.ca

Penguins’ Crosby suffers lower-body injury in win over Blackhawks

Pittsburgh Penguins star centre Sidney Crosby suffered a lower-body injury in the third period of the team’s 3-2 shootout win against the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday and did not return. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

City of Champions

Penguins May Be Doomed If Sidney Crosby Misses Significant Time

The Pittsburgh Penguins have overcome some devastating injury luck this season, but if Sidney Crosby misses time, the season could be doomed. Injuries have been the story of the season so far for the Pittsburgh Penguins. From Evgeni Malkin missing roughly a month to Kris Letang‘s recent injury putting him week-to-week to Patric Hornqvist’s lower-body injury […] Penguins May Be Doomed If Sidney Crosby Misses Significant Time - City of Champions - City of Champions - A site dedicated to covering Pittsburgh Sports

Sportsnet.ca

Breaking down Crosby, Marner injuries and Foligno hit

The panel discusses the Mitch Marner and Sidney Crosby injuries as well as the dangerous Nick Foligno hit on Pierre-Edouard Bellemare. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Sidney Crosby leaves Saturday's game with 'lower-body injury'

Coach Mike Sullivan said the captain is still being evaluated.

The Hockey Writers

Penguins’ Problem…Too Many Healthy Forwards

The Pittsburgh Penguins have been riddled with injuries to their forwards this season. Since preseason started, Evgeni Malkin, Nick Bjugstad, Alex Galchenyuk and Bryan Rust have all missed significant time with various injuries. Sidney Crosby and Patric Hornqvist have been banged up but have been lucky to avoid time on injured reserve.  But with Malkin expected […] The post Penguins’ Problem…Too Many Healthy Forwards appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

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Kris Letang’s remarkable patience and stick handling helped lead the Penguins to victory last night against the Stars

Photo by Jeanine Leech/Icon Sportswire via The Penguins star defenseman showed off some nifty moves in the win against Dallas Four. That’s the answer. What is the question though, you may ask? The question is: “how many ankles did Kris Letang break last night en route to his first goal of the game?” My goodness. The Penguins and Stars were tied 1-1 partially through the third period — until Kris Letang broke that tie. A routine play in the corner, with Sidney Crosby, Jake Guentzel, and Dominik Simon resulted in the puck being kicked out to the middle of the ice. ...

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Breaking down the Penguins’ new big three in 2019-20: Crosby, Guentzel, Letang

Photo by Gerry Angus/Icon Sportswire via Have shot rates changed from last year? How are Crosby, Letang and Guentzel shouldering so much of the burden? Take a look at the Pittsburgh Penguins and it’s no secret right now that a lot of their success so far this season, despite heavy injuries, is due to the play of their top players. With all due respect to the rest of the roster that’s pitching in when they can, the story of the Pens through seven games is that it’s Sidney Crosby, Jake Guentzel and Kris Letang...and then whatever else is able to step up from game to game. ...

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Thoughts on 31 Thoughts: The emergence of Sam Lafferty, Penguins’ defense trade talk continues

Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via Looking at what we’ve learned from this week’s 31 Thoughts column A weekly tradition: pouring over Elliotte Friedman’s 31 Thoughts column and seeing if there are any Penguins’ notes and then holding them up to the light to see what they could mean. Fortunately there’s a lot of good information in this week’s edition, so let’s dive on in. 8. The NHL is on notice: Sidney Crosby is back in Hart Trophy consideration. He won his second in 2014, and almost single-handedly willed the injury-ravaged Penguins to a 2–1 victory over previously...

RAM Social Drive: Sidney Crosby responds to trash talker in cool way

In this edition of RAM Social Drive, NESN's Kacie McDonnell explains how Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby responded to one heckler. For more: http://www.nesn.com/social-drive/

Sidney Crosby's natural hat trick against Colorado Avalanche | NHL | NBC Sports

Sidney Crosby not only netted a hat trick against the Colorado Avalanche, he did it with three unanswered goals to bring the Pittsburgh Penguins back even at 3-3. #NBCSports #NHL #Avalanche #Crosby #Penguins »