Crosby practices, return from broken jaw uncertain
CANONSBURG, Pa. -- Sidney Crosby's smile betrays a jagged ridgeline of enamel along his bottom row of teeth, evidence of the extensive damage inflicted to Crosby's jaw by a wayward shot a month ago.
The Pittsburgh Penguins' captain has learned to deal with the dull ache left by multiple dental procedures. The cumbersome mask he'll be forced to wear whenever he returns is another matter entirely.
Crosby participated in non-contact drills Friday, his first practice with his teammates ...
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