Sidney Crosby is back and made his return known with a goal against the Panthers.
Sidney Crosby scored in his return to the Pittsburgh Penguins lineup against the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night.
In the second period, Crosby received a pass from winger Evgeni Malkin before getting it past James Reimer to cut the lead Panthers' lead to 2-1.
It is the sixth time in which Crosby has scored in his first game of the season.
Who says intermission has to be a break from hockey?— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) October 26, 2016
Let's see that Crosby power-play goal one more time. pic.twitter.com/yCN6dezvPv
Crosby returned to practice on Monday after missing the first six games of the season due to the third documented concssion of his career. His first concussion took place in 2011 and Crosby missed a majority of the two seasons that followed.