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NHL Notebook: Crosby day-to-day

The Pittsburgh Penguins have lost five games in a row, and they received more bad news on Sunday when the team announced that star center Sidney Crosby has a lower-body injury and is listed as day-to-day.

The Pittsburgh Penguins have lost five games in a row, and they received more bad news on Sunday when the team announced that star center Sidney Crosby has a lower-body injury and is listed as day-to-day.

Crosby has just six goals and 16 assists in his 32 games this season, and he has no goals and three assists during the Penguins’ current losing streak.

Pittsburgh has lost nine of its past 11 games, and Crosby has one goal in that span.

-- The St. Louis Blues recalled forward Jordan Caron and defenseman Joel Edmundson from the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League.

The Blues also assigned defenseman Petteri Lindbohm to their AHL affiliate.

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Caron, 25, was signed by the Blues as a free agent this past offseason. He has dressed in 25 games for the Wolves this season, posting 14 points and 30 penalty minutes.

Edmundson, 22, has made 23 appearances with the Blues this season, with two assists and 20 penalty minutes.

Lindbohm, 22, has dressed in 20 games for the Wolves this season, recording seven points (two goals, five assists) and 22 penalty minutes. He has five penalty minutes in seven games for the Blues.

-- The Tampa Bay Lightning recalled center Tanner Richard from the Syracuse Crunch of the AHL.

Richard has played in 23 games with Syracuse this season, recording 11 assists. He has played in 166 career AHL games, all with Syracuse, notching 69 points (15 goals, 54 assists).

-- The San Jose Sharks reassigned forward Barclay Goodrow to the San Jose Barracuda of the AHL.

Goodrow, 22, has recorded three assists in 14 games with the Sharks this season.

-- Former Montreal Canadiens great Dickie Moore died Saturday. He was 84.

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Moore, a noted playmaker in the 1950s, won six Stanley Cup titles with the Canadiens. That included five in consecutive years.

Moore also won the Art Ross Trophy twice from 1956-60.

Moore established an NHL mark with 96 points in 70 games in the 1958-59 season. He also led the league with 84 points in 1957-58. He accumulated 594 points in 12 seasons with Montreal. He is third among left wingers on the team’s all-time list in goals (254) and points.

Moore was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1974.

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