Crosby skates with teammates, status unchanged – NHL.com – News

MONTREAL — There were three injured Pittsburgh Penguins who joined their teammates for practice Monday, but it was the one who is the furthest from returning that drew the most attention.

Sidney Crosby was on the ice with his teammates for the first time in two months, but said it has little bearing on when he may return to play and was not an indication of an improvement in his recovery from concussion-like symptoms.

The main reason Crosby joined his teammates was that his usual skating partners — injured teammates Jordan Staal and Simon Despres — have progressed far enough in their recoveries from knee injuries that they could practice with the team.

Basically, Crosby didn’t want to feel lonely.

“It’s just good to be out there,” Crosby said. “I wasn’t going to skate by myself if I didn’t have to.”

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