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(ESTERO, Fla.) -- Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby said on Friday that his right wrist is feeling good.
Crosby won his second Hart Trophy last season and scored 104 points, but saw his team get knocked out of the playoffs by the Rangers in the first round.
"It's good," Crosby said of his treatment to the wrist. "You want to see how things progress throughout the summer once you start skating and get back to that regular routine. You want to see how it reacts so I'm happy with the way it's gone."
The Penguins hired general manager Jim Rutherford and coach Mike Johnston after cleaning house this offseason.
"We're going to have some new faces in the dressing room trying to get that momentum and get a fresh start," Crosby said. "We're not happy with the way things ended last year."
Crosby is ready to move on from the past and start to build something new with the people in charge.
"The organization is committed to winning," Crosby said. "We have opportunities as players to be successful every year. As far as the team is concerned, I think we're in a great position to win every year. We'll do our best to do our part."
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