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Sidney Crosby's Brain Still Hurts

Remember when Crosby had to sit for two games because, in the words of Penguins general manager Ray Shero, he "wasn't feeling 100 percent"? That was three weeks and eight games ago. And today, Pens coach Dan Bylsma told the media Crosby continues to experience the symptoms of a concussion, which means there's no telling when he might play again. Bylsma did express optimism that Crosby would not be out for 10 months, which he was after first being sidelined last January. But one still cannot help but wonder. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]


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