It’s a day many Penguins fans have been anxiously waiting for. Sidney Crosby will make his return to the Penguins’ lineup tonight when they host the New York Islanders at CONSOL Energy Center.
C-Day has officially arrived as the Penguins announced Sidney Crosby will be in the lineup Monday night.
Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma says Sidney Crosby is both excited and anxious ahead of his return to the team’s lineup Monday night against the New York Islanders. Following the announcement this afternoon that the Penguins’ captain would be returning to game action, Bylsma held a conference call with the media.
The wait is over as the Pittsburgh Penguins have announced Sidney Crosby will return on Monday night.
(93-7 The FAN) — There’s still no change in Penguins captain Sidney Crosby’ status, which means he’s still not officially ruled out of tonight’s game against Colorado.
(KDKA/93-7 The FAN) — Despite speculation that he could make his return to the lineup Friday night against the Dallas Stars, Sidney Crosby gave no indication that could be the case after Monday’s practice.
Rob had Dr. John Simkovich and Joe Piccirilli to talk about concussions and brain injuries from kids playing sports to the men in professional sports.
(93-7 The FAN) — Penguins forward Tyler Kennedy returned to practice Wednesday, as he was cleared for non-contact practice as he recovers from a concussion.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk about the heightened awareness of sports-related concussions with neurologist Dr. Joseph Maroon.
Sidney Crosby has been cleared for “full contact” in practice, taking another step closer to returning to the Penguins’ lineup.
Fans hoping Sidney Crosby would be in the starting lineup on opening night will have to wait a little bit longer.
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- The Pittsburgh Penguins will have their first practice tomorrow morning and could be joined by their captain. No, Sidney Crosby hasn’t been cleared for full contact but he has been given permission to […]
Former NHL Center who had his career cut short due to concussions, Keith Primeau joined Joe Starkey and Josh Miller of Seibel, Starkey and Miller to talk about the update on Sidney Crosby.
While addressing the media this afternoon on the progress of his recovery, Penguins captain Sidney Crosby told reporters it’s “likely” that he’ll return to play in the upcoming season; however, his doctors and Penguins general manager Ray Shero made it clear that he will not see game action until he’s 100 percent.
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- Sidney Crosby’s camp has finally given an update on his battle with concussion issues. The good news is that they fully expect him to make a recovery, the bad news is that they […]