Sidney Crosby has hoisted a Stanley Cup and scored the dramatic gold-medal-winning overtime goal for Canada at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. But now his career is complicated by other images: the two violent hits to the head that Crosby suffered in back-to-back games in January, hits that left him sidelined with a belatedly diagnosed concussion just as the 23-year-old Penguins superstar was riding a transcendent scoring streak unmatched in the NHL in 20 years. So the sight of Crosby finally returning to the ice in the past week for a few of Pittsburgh's morning team skates was encouraging progress.
But that's all it should be allowed to be.
There's a video and more at the link... Do you agree? I'm kind of on the fence... I don't TOTALLY disagree with this. BUT, if the doctors say there is no reason for concern and that him coming now isn't different from him coming back next season, then I am fine with him coming back now.