That broken jaw that knocked Penguins captain Sidney Crosby out of action for some time last season and was a constant point of focus during the playoffs shouldn't be an issue anymore. Crosby spoke with CTV Atlantic and explained that he has a minor procedure awaiting and then, finally, that should be it. "Jaw's good," says Crosby. "I think I have to do some things once I get back to Pittsburgh, but pretty minor procedures and stuff that, hopefully, I really won't have to worry about once I get it done." Phew! The NHL's nightmare should be behind us all by the start of next season; Crosby can get back to playing like normal and hockey fans can stop fearing about his jaw and focus just on his concussion history again.
Sidney Crosby to have last jaw procedure, 'won't have to worry'
CBS Sports | Jul 20