Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby traveled to California on Friday to see neurological spine specialist Dr. Robert Bray in continuation of his road to recovery from concussion-like symptoms.
“I wouldn’t call this a bad thing at all,” general manager Ray Shero said today when asked if Crosby had experienced a setback or was still recovering well.
Crosby visited Dr. Ted Carrick earlier this week. Carrick is a specialist in chiroprachtic neurology and helped Crosby work on his balance and motion.
Sid hasn’t played since December 5 and has 10 assists and 12 points in eight games this season. He has now missed 39, but continues to skate on his own.
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