WASHINGTON – Star center Sidney Crosby returned to the Pittsburgh squad on Sunday, but will not remember the match in Washington for good. The “penguins” caught a 1: 6 debacle and thus confirmed their unsuccessful form, when they scored only four points out of the last nine duels.
The score of the match was opened by Martin Fehérváry, who prevailed in his own weakness after an accurate pass from Tom Wilson in renumbering two against one.
Their miserable evening was not carried away by their captain Crosby, who at 1: 5 found himself side by side with the Slovak defender, whom he then took to the parade and “threw” him mercilessly into the back guard.
The Canadian star escaped unpunished. Fehérváry skated to the substitute with a painful grimace, but he continued the match and after its end only sternly stated: “I don’t even know what to say, I don’t care. We’ll see in the next match.”