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Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby continues his rehabilitation from a concussion.

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Sidney Crosby continues to work on his rehabilitation but it is still not known if he will be able to play again this season.

The NHL's leading superstar has been out of the lineup since Jan. 5 with a concussion. The Pittsburgh Penguins say he is feeling better, something the team has been saying for a few weeks now, but cannot say when he will get back on skates since he is still not symptom-free.

Crosby's agent, Pat Brisson of CAA Sports, described a Friday report that Crosby's parents are pressuring him to retire as "funny. They have been extremely supportive in his rehabilitation which is first and foremost a priority."

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