• Penguins' Crosby says aching wrist is 'good'

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Aug 15, 2014
    Pittsburgh Penguins star center Sidney Crosby says his aching wrist is doing well and he's ready for training camp. The Penguins in early July said Crosby had been receiving treatment for a wrist injury he sustained last season. Pittsburgh Penguins forward Sidney Crosby said Friday he is pleased with the way his injured right wrist has responded to treatment. Crosby told reporters Friday while working out in southwest Florida that the wrist is "good" and he's "happy with the way it's gone." Crosby's agent, Pat Brisson, told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that Crosby opted for an injection rather than surgery, which was not ruled out. He did not have a point in the Penguins' final three games, all losses, after they took a 3-1 series lead against the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference Second Round. The Penguins fired general manager Ray Shero and coach Dan Bylsma and brought in former Hurricanes GM Jim Rutherford before hiring the well-traveled Mike Johnston as the new coach.
    Sources: ESPN.com NHL.com
    • The 10 guys who could steal Sidney Crosby's Art Ross in 2014-15

      Sidney Crosby didn't just win the Art Ross trophy in 2013-14. He won it going away, finishing as the only player to crack 100 points. No one else even got to 90. It'll probably happen again. Now that he's healthy, Crosby looks like a lock to win it ever…
      Source: yahoo.com

Related Articles

Related Teams

Penguins News and Rumors