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Penguins say that Sid the Kid has the mumps, part of NHL outbreak

There is a small outbreak of mumps going through the NHL and the league's top player has it. Sidney Crosby, his club, the Pittsburgh Penguins said, has been ill with the disease but should be recovered soon.

Op-Ed: Lou Marsh Award given to obscure sport champ, keeping it obsolete

The voters for the Lou Marsh Award, given annually to Canada's best athlete, allegedly, are mostly from the east. Indeed, judging from the list of voters they may all be from the east. This much is certan: they are out of touch with how the west thinks

Are the Vancouver Canucks looking at newly-fired Dan Bylsma?

With today's announcement from Pittsburgh that the Pens have hired Jim Rutherford to replace Ray Shero, and that the G.M.'s first act was to fire coach Dan Bylsma, the question becomes - what about Bylsma? Could he end up with the Vancouver Canucks?

Canada whips Sweden 3-0, takes Sochi Olympic hockey gold

Sidney Crosby scored his first of the tournie and Team Canada outplayed an undermanned Swedish team to win gold at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games on Sunday. It was the final day of the Sochi games and Canada's 3-0 win made them its first star.

The Canadian Men's 2014 Olympic hockey team has a few surprises

Sidney Crosby made the team, so did Drew Doughty, Roberto Luongo and Jonathan Toews, all players you knew would. In a country ripe with hockey players the picking could not have been easy but the results, announced today, look...Golden?

Op-Ed: NHL players and owners get richer as many fans get left out

The rumblings in Toronto that tickets for the Leafs are going up again for the 2013-14 NHL season is one of those items fans may want to skip. Why? Because the more you think about the money they're taking from us the less you may like them.

Jason Spezza back skating for Ottawa Senators, may return Round 2

Despite their first round win over the second seed Montreal Canadiens, pundits may not now consider the Ottawa Senators a legitimate threat for the Stanley Cup. But if they get back star center Jason Spezza that may change, and it looks as if they will.

Sidney Crosby: 5-point game has him on track for 100-point season

Sidney Crosby played set-up man extraordinaire on Sunday night in Pittsburgh with 5 assists in a 6-1 win versus the Islanders. Over the past 8 games the Pens superstar has 20 points and if he continues that pace he'll hit 100 for the shortened season.

Could Sidney Crosby hit 100 point-mark in abbreviated NHL season?

It seems an impossibly tall order - to hit the 100 point-mark in a 48 game NHL season - but with the way Pittsburgh Penguin Sidney Crosby has been playing he just might pull it off. Crosby has been burning up the league and is now the NHL points leader.

Op-Ed: Go ahead Sidney — Go to Europe to play, and to be greedy, there

The NHL poster boy for exceptional play is also the poster boy for exceptional greed. After all, when players feel entitled to excessive millions from the fans who pay them, it's natural the best wants the most. So it is with Sidney Crosby.

Op-Ed: Anyone else out there hoping the NHL lockout drags on?

Look, I'm a pretty big hockey fan and next to my son's Pee Wee league, the NHL is tops with me. It's a great league and when not dealing with their contracts, professional hockey players seem like fine humans.

Sidney Crosby talks about lockout and CBA, claims NHL won't budge

On Monday Sidney Crosby spoke to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about the lockout and hunt for a CBA with the NHL. The Penguins captain is frustrated and suggested the reason there's been no deal is the NHL refuses to move from its demands.

Op-Ed: NHLPA should stick to bargaining in good faith, not fixing league

It appears the NHLPA is insisting upon dropping proposals onto the table that tell the league how to solve the issue of teams losing money. Given the way things are going - no CBA, no hockey - it seems a pointless distraction.

Op-Ed: NHL union man Sidney Crosby part of reason league is shut down

This isn't gonna get a lot of 'likes' and it's likely some fans will abandon it before getting all the way through. But here goes: Sidney Crosby is way overpaid and the Canadian superstar is a poster boy for part of what ails the NHL's financial world.

Op-Ed: NHLPA's Donald Fehr steering NHL toward another missed season

Being the leader of the rich owner guys who did the locking out, NHL boss Gary Bettman gets the bad press. NHLPA boss Donald Fehr, on the other hand, leads hockey players who just wanna play - but play for salaries that are through the arena roof.

Op-Ed: An open letter to NHL owners, players and fans

Dear players and owners: As we steamroll toward yet another work stoppage, the collective patience of hockey fans around the world has been ground down to a nub. And it's all your fault. All of you.

Pens lock up Crosby for extension worth over $100 million

According to TSN hockey insider Darren Dreger, the Pittsburgh Penguins have signed franchise superstar, Sidney Crosby to a contract extension worth over $100 million.

Op-Ed: The NBA should take notes from the NHL

Although the NHL is still less popular than the NBA in North America, the NHL does a better job at structuring their league.

Sidney Crosby looks to 'test' recovery before playing again

Sounding understandably nervous about how things may go when he returns to NHL action, on Friday Sidney Crosby said he wanted to be as "tested" as possible before playing. Crosby has been out since Dec. 5 after suffering recurring concussion symptoms.

Op-Ed: They ought to sit Sidney Crosby down with a good book

Let's get right to it: Is it me or does the notion of Sidney Crosby continuing workouts since his last setback sound...unwise? Yes, as of March 7 he's been cleared for contact at practice, but this layperson worries they've set him up only to fail again.

Sid the Kid: Two broken vertabrae in neck missed by doctors

On Saturday the agent, for Sidney Crosby, Pat Brisson confirmed his client had another injury mixed in with his well-documented concussion woes - two broken vertebrae in his neck. That injury, however, healed without his doctors knowing it existed.

Op-Ed: What Sidney Crosby means to a generation of hockey fans

If it’s at all possible, Sidney Crosby looked better in his return to the NHL after a 10-month layoff than he did when he left (He was on pace for 64 goals and 132 points.)

NHL: Sidney Crosby to return to lineup Monday

Sidney Crosby will return to the Pittsburgh Penguins tonight. This news comes after the star forward sat out for more than 10 months.

Op-Ed: How the return of Horton and Mueller could give insight on Crosby

While the skills of Nathan Horton and Peter Mueller will never be compared to those of Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby, it’s worth giving the two forwards a closer look in the early part of the 2011-2012 NHL campaign.

Op-Ed: Have We Seen the Last of Sidney Crosby?

According to reports Sidney Crosby has suffered yet another set back in his training as he attempts to recover from a concussion suffered in January of this year.

NHL: Crosby return facing questions as training camp draws closer

It's been over seven months since Sidney Crosby played in an NHL game, and as training camp approaches in September, it's unclear whether the Penguins star will be ready to start the season while he continues his recovery from post-concussion symptoms.

Op-Ed: Pittsburgh Penguins' future darker than it seems

When the Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup in 2009 immediate speculation of a Penguins dynasty marched through news mediums.

Sidney Crosby's gold medal gear mysteriously missing

Vancouver, Canada -- Hockey Canada is investigating the disappearance of Sidney Crosby's equipment after winning the gold medal at the Olympics. Most notably the game winning stick has vanished.

Crosby's 6 Points Highlight High-Scoring Night in the NHL

Getting a point on all six of Pittsburgh's goals in a 6-4 win over the New York Islanders, Sidney Crosby puts himself back in the hunt for the Art Ross Trophy.

Sidney Crosby to carry Olympic torch

The Pittsburgh Penguins captain, Sidney Crosby, will carry the Olympic torch in his home province of Nova Scotia next month.
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Canada celebrates their men s ice hockey semi-final win as Team USA s Phil Kessel (L) skates away at...
Canada celebrates their men's ice hockey semi-final win as Team USA's Phil Kessel (L) skates away at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games February 21, 2014
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Canada s Sidney Crosby (L) shakes hands with Team USA s Phil Kessel after Canada won their men s ice...
Canada's Sidney Crosby (L) shakes hands with Team USA's Phil Kessel after Canada won their men's ice hockey semi-final game at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games, February 21, 2014
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Moments after Sidney Crosby s gold-medal winning goal  the Canadian team celebrates at the 2010 Vanc...
Moments after Sidney Crosby's gold-medal winning goal, the Canadian team celebrates at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.
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Canada s Jamie Benn (22) and teammates celebrate their men s ice hockey semi-final victory over Team...
Canada's Jamie Benn (22) and teammates celebrate their men's ice hockey semi-final victory over Team USA as Team USA's Phil Kessel (R) skates away during the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games February 21, 2014
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Superstar Sidney Crosby and his Pittsburgh Penguin teammates are out of the NHL playoffs after being...
Superstar Sidney Crosby and his Pittsburgh Penguin teammates are out of the NHL playoffs after being eliminated in the first round by the New York Rangers.
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