Sidney Crosby injury update: Penguins captain has upper-body injury, will be evaluated again before Game 6

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Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby left the ice early throughout Game 5 versus the New York Rangers after taking a hit in the head thanks to defenseman Jacob Trouba. He missed out on the majority of the 2nd duration and all of the 3rd duration in the Penguins’ loss.

On Thursday, Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan head coach revealed that Crosby has actually been identified with an upper-body injury. The Pittsburgh star’s status for Game 6 on Friday is unidentified, however he will go through more examination prior to then.

The event occurred with 10:45 left in the 2nd duration as Crosby had belongings of the puck and 3 protectors near to him. Defenseman Jacob Trouba hit Crosby’s confront with his left arm, which triggered Crosby to fall. Instead of going after the puck once again, he skated towards the bench. 

At that point the Penguins held a 2-0 lead. The center tried to continue the video game however then headed to the locker space with 5:43 staying in the 2nd duration. He did not return for the 3rd.

New York rallied from behind and ended the night with a 5-3 win to prevent removal, though the Penguins still hold a 3-2 lead in the series.

Crosby does have a long history of concussions. He missed out on an overall of 108 video games from 2010 to 2012, and after that 6 more throughout the 2016-17 season. However, the effects of Wednesday’s hit are not understood yet.

Sullivan was inquired about the event throughout the postgame interview and if he felt Trouba did it with intent. He had little to state about it, reacting in a non-concrete way.

“Did you see the hit? You probably have the same opinion I do,” Sullivan stated. 



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