Sidney Crosby recognized he just had a delay and experienced symptoms during his recuperation from a concussion, but the Pittsburgh Penguins idol said he isn’t worried that he won’t be ready for the beginning of next season. He confessed that the explanation of why he hasn’t been on the ice for non-contact drills or training for the past few weeks was because he had experienced headaches and other signs. Vegas odds.
“I started trying to ramp things up a bit as far as working out and skating, and I got a little bit of symptoms,” Crosby said. “So, I had to take a step back. The progression had gone pretty well, but at the same time, I still wasn’t ready.” Crosby said. Sports scores.
Crosby hasn’t played since the start of the year, sidelined for the final 48 games, including all of Pittsburgh’s 4-3 series loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the opening playoff round. Training camp is less than five months away. Crosby expressed he will be all set.
The Penguins’ star and main scorer called sitting out the playoffs “maddening” and that his expectation was that he wouldn’t be able to play even if the Penguins advanced. The Penguins also played the playoffs without penalry killer Matt Cooke. He was suspended for throwing an elbow to the head of Ryan McDonagh of the New York Rangers. Betting lines.
I bet the guy is ready for the start of next season… although this one is certainly up for a gamble!
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