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Latest Ray Shero Items
Sidney Crosby's agent said there's no timetable for the Pittsburgh Penguins star to return from a concussion, the clearest indication yet that he may not be ready when the NHL season begins in October.
Sidney Crosby's summer vacation is almost over. Still, there's no telling when the Pittsburgh Penguins star will return to work.
The Penguins on Friday withdrew their one-year contract offer to forward Jaromir Jagr.
On the western side of Pennsylvania sits The Steel City. On the other side, at least in hockey circles on Friday, sits The Steal City.
Free-agent forward Jaromir Jagr on Friday surprised many around the league, signing a one-year contract with the Flyers.
Penguins center Sidney Crosby has been cleared by team doctors to start offseason, off-ice workouts.
Sidney Crosby acknowledged he recently had a setback and experienced symptoms during his recovery from a concussion, but the Pittsburgh Penguins star said he isn't worried that he won't be ready for the start of next season.
Penguins center Sidney Crosby has been cleared to return to Pittsburgh's morning skates on gamedays, but he will not participate in full practices, according to general manager Ray Shero.