Through two games in 2013, Sidney Crosby has one assist for Pittsburgh. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
Heading into this season many pundits picked the Pittsburgh Penguins to be Stanley Cup champions. After their first two games of the 2013 campaign they’ve made the prognosticators even more confident in their selection. The Pens opened the season with a win versus cross-state rival Philadelphia and followed it up with a trouncing of the New York Rangers. And they did it without captain Sidney Crosby scoring a goal.
THN’s Ken Campbell caught up with Crosby following Pittsburgh’s 6-3 win over the Rangers to discuss the Penguins' good start, managing expectations and his health.
REPORTER: Ken Campbell | PRODUCER: Ted Cooper