Sidney Crosby, who lost to the New York Rangers in the sixth match, skated with the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday.

Sources told ESPN on Friday that crosby had withdrawn from a 5-3 defeat.

The Penguins said they suffered injuries to their upper body after receiving a high hit from Rangers defender Jacob Troba in Game 5 on Wednesday.

Crosby attended optional training and did not wear a contactless jersey

Crosby also teamed up with skill coach Ty Henness on Friday.

Crosby scored nine points in his first five games against the Rangers.

Tristan Jarrick has yet to play in this play-off series due to injury.

Winger Rickard Rakell has not played since the first game after a heavy hit.

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has set a record for FA Cup victories