- N.Y. gun activists burn registration forms
- Ted Nugent raffles AR-15 for Colo. candidate Tom Tancredo
- White House ‘recalibrating strategy’ on Obama’s surgeon general nominee
- Obamacare youth push escalates with meme-themed website
- Crimean P.M. mocks Obama in faked Russian uniform on Twitter
- Another GM recall: 1.18M SUVs for air bag issue
- GOP strikes back: We are not the party that wages war on women
- Third person dies after South By Southwest crash
- L’Wren Scott dead in apparent suicide; fashion designer was Mick Jagger’s girlfriend
- Diamond-encrusted $3.2M men’s suit repels bullets
Latest Sidney Crosby Items
George McPhee has sat in on the meetings as part of the NHL's committee to study concussions and the game's impact on them. He knows the numbers. He knows the scary reality.
Sidney Crosby has traded in his white helmet. There's still no telling when the Pittsburgh Penguins star will be able to do the same with his practice jersey.
Fans are keenly aware of the hatred between the Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins. Whether it is viewed in the prism of Alex Ovechkin vs. Sidney Crosby, or Dale Hunter vs. Mario Lemieux, the rivalry is undoubtedly one of the most prominent in the NHL.
After months of waiting, Sidney Crosby has been cleared to take contact in practice — a major step in his return from a concussion suffered last January.
Perhaps the fog is the scariest part.
Not too long ago, the NHL revolved around the twin suns of Alex Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby. You think back to the 2009 playoffs, when they matched each other goal for glorious goal in a seven-game shootout. It was only the Eastern semifinals, sure, but has hockey had a more mesmerizing two weeks in the past decade? You were afraid to blink, afraid you might miss Ovie or Sid the Kid doing something supernatural.
Take Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom off the Washington Capitals and there would be reason for concern. Take the best two players off any NHL team and there are problems.
Team overviews of all the teams in the NHL.
Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby skated with the team on Wednesday, but still doesn't know when he will be able to play in a game.