Crosby leaves practice with apparent injury
Penguins star Sidney Crosby left practice early yesterday at Southpointe with an apparent injury. Crosby left the ice at 11:45 a.m., while drills were still underway.
Left wing Chris Kunitz also left the workout early with a possible injury.
Center Evgeni Malkin did not practice yesterday.
Crosby is currently second in the NHL in scoring, one point behind Tampa Bay's Steven Stamkos.
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