By: Mike Vukovcan

PITTSBURGH (KDKA)- Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has taken a big step in his continuing recovery from a concussion.

Pittsburgh Tribune Review Pens beat writer Rob Rossi is reporting that Crosby has resumed on-ice workouts
near his home in Halifax, Nova Scotia

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The last time Crosby was on the ice was early in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs before he developed headaches.

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Rossi reports that Crosby’s camp is saying those headaches were the result of a sinus infection and not a recurrence of concussion symptoms.

Crosby has yet to receive medical clearance for physical contact.

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It’s obviously too early to speculate whether Crosby will be ready for Pens training camp in September.