NEWARK, N.J. -- The Penguins' modest two-game winning streak ended with their 3-2 overtime loss at Madison Square Garden Tuesday, but the big issue surrounding the team at the moment is the state of Sidney Crosby's health. What do you think are the plusses and minuses of surgery, if that ultimately is called for to deal with his medical issue? And if he has an operation, can the Penguins stay afloat without him for a month or so?
But while Crosby seems to need some sort of repairs, do you think that whatever ailed the power play for a dozen games was cured by the man-advantage goal Jared McCann scored against the Rangers, or was that an aberration? If it's the latter, how do you think they should fix the problem? This is the place to talk about all of that, and much more. Post questions and observations at your convenience, and I'll respond over the course of the day.