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By Josh Yohe
Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011

LOS ANGELES — Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has gone back to Pittsburgh for a scheduled appointment with one of his medical advisers.

He is expected to rejoin the Penguins at Southpointe for Monday's practice.

There has been steady speculation that Crosby could return to the lineup on Nov. 11 when the Penguins host Dallas. However, neither Crosby nor the Penguins have suggested he will play against the Stars. The Penguins will be off on Sunday following tonight's game against the Kings.

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