PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — After a few games on the road, the Penguins returned home with some promising injury news.

First, Sidney Crosby, who was hit in the head with a puck shot by defenseman Kris Letang, was a full participant in practice. He returned to game action Saturday night after the hit against the Dallas Stars as well.

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Evgeni Malkin, who has been out since the first week of the season, says he is eyeing a weekend return after practicing in a red, non-contact jersey Monday in Cranberry.

“Lookin’ good out there, Geno! Malkin said he is hoping to return to the lineup on Saturday vs. Edmonton.”

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All other injured Penguins including defenseman Brain Dumoulin and winger Alex Galchenyuk are all game time decisions tomorrow according to head coach Mike Sullivan.

“#Penguins lineup at today’s practice:
Guentzel-Crosby-Simon
Galchenyuk-Bjugstad-Hornqvist
ZAR-Blueger-Tanev
Kahun-McCann-Rust
Johnson-Blandisi-Lafferty
Malkin mixing in a little bit

Dumoulin-Letang
Pettersson-Schultz
Johnson-Marino
Riikola-Ruhwedel”

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The Penguins take on the Flyers at PPG Paints Arena Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m.