Sidney Crosby News Archive
Crosby (concussion) was a full participant at practice Monday and is considered day-to-day ahead of Tuesday's matchup against the Panthers, Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Crosby (concussion) resumed skating Saturday after staying off the ice Friday, DK Pittsburgh Sports reports. "It was a good day off for Sid," coach Mike Sullivan said.
Crosby (concussion) didn't skate Thursday due to a scheduled day off, coach Mike Sullivan said. "He's gone a bunch of days in a row here. We'll see how he responds. We have been encouraged with his progress and hoping he'll take the next step soon."
Crosby (concussion) once again skated by himself prior to the Penguins optional practice, Pens Inside Scoop reports.
Coach Mike Sullivan indicated Tuesday that Crosby (concussion) could return to practice Wednesday, Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Crosby (concussion) may be getting closer to an eventual return to action. "He is making progress," coach Mike Sullivan said. "Our hope is here that he can make a big step this week."
Crosby (concussion) skated on his own Saturday, and coach Mike Sullivan said, "Everything to this point has been encouraging. We'll take it each day as it comes."
Crosby (concussion), who is not play Opening Night, skated for the third straight day Thursday, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. "Sid is continuing to make progress," coach Mike Sullivan said. "That's going to be one of those situations where it's just going to be day to day, but he's making progress, and that's great news for us."
Crosby (concussion) will not play in Thursday's Opening Night contest against Washington, Wes Crosby of NHL.com reports.
Crosby (concussion) skated before practice Tuesday. "I skated today, so everything feels pretty good," he said. "Today I went pretty hard, so we'll see how I feel tomorrow."