Sidney Crosby Out After Tests Reveal Case of Mumps
The New York Times
By Jeff Z. Klein
The N.H.L.’s mumps outbreak claimed its most famous victim Sunday as the Pittsburgh Penguins announced that Sidney Crosby was out with the viral disease.
On Sunday, Crosby was in the midst of a five-day isolation, team officials said. “It came about as a bit of a surprise to us,” Dharmesh Vyas, the Penguins’ head doctor, told reporters Sunday. “Every indication was that he was well protected against the disease.”
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