The announcement many Pittsburgh Penguins fans have been anticipating for a couple of weeks was made on Tuesday.
Sidney Crosby will not be in the lineup when the Pittsburgh Penguins look to extend their winning streak to nine games Sunday afternoon.
In the midst of a six-game winning streak, it’s hard to imagine how things could get better for the Pittsburgh Penguins. However, after the team’s practice Tuesday morning their captain made a big announcement.
(93-7 The FAN) — Penguins coach Dan Bylsma said that defenseman Kris Letang is suffering symptoms from a hit delivered by Dallas forward Eric Nystrom.
For the first time ever, researchers are examining concussion prognoses using data from ImPACT, a computer test that measures the severity of a concussion. The test was developed at UPMC.
Pittsburgh Penguins’ winger Arron Asham called in to Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
In January of 2011, Pittsburgh Penguins’ captain Sidney Crosby suffered two hits in five days, keeping him out of the team’s lineup for the next 14 months and counting.
(93-7 The FAN) — Penguins forward Arron Asham says he close to returning from a concussion and hopes he can get back in the lineup this weekend.
Sidney Crosby was back on the ice Monday before the rest of the team took the ice for practice.
This was supposed to be a weekend to celebrate the game of hockey and its biggest stars, but Sidney Crosby’s health put a damper on the festivities.
There are new reports on the health of Pittsburgh Penguins’ captain Sidney Crosby.
Sidney Crosby continues to recover from concussion-like symptoms and has traveled to California to meet with another doctor.
(93-7 The FAN) — Pittsburgh Penguins forward Arron Asham is experiencing concussion symptoms.
There’s some good news for the Penguins ahead of their big game tonight against Atlantic Division rivals, the New York Rangers.
Sidney Crosby continues to recover from concussion-like symptoms for the second time in his career.