From Houses of the Hockey
The recently retired Mark Recchi has got his first tattoo and it's the Stanley Cup. Recchi has won three Cups in his career, including one with the Penguins in 1991. There's also video from the Bruins website:
Apparently he wants to get more tattoos for several other hockey accomplishments, because a 43-year-old with multiple tattoos sounds like a great idea...Add a comment
Shero said despite a Twitter report that Crosby would not be ready for the Penguins' Oct. 6 season opener at Vancouver, nothing has been determined about when Crosby will play.
"Absolutely not," Shero said.
Crosby will need to be cleared for contact and then for games at some point. Shero said the important thing is Crosby's long-term health.
"He will not be asked to play or pushed to play or cleared to play one minute before he's ready to play," Shero said. "That said, he's come a long way this summer."
It has been a peaceful summer. The days of spring, and hearing 7,000 different rumors about Sidney Crosby and his concussion seemed to be over.
Not so fast
As hockey approaches, here come the rumors. Shit started earlier last week when some joke tweeted that Crosby would not be ready for the season. It seemed that had faded until Sunday when a member of NHL Home Ice on XM tweeted this:
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