“It's more about the process,” Crosby told Sportsnet. “You want to feel good about your game, and definitely the first two games I don't know if I did. But (since then) I feel like I'm generating a bit more and as a line I think we're getting a little bit more in sync.
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“To be honest, as long as the process and the way you're playing is there, you trust the puck's going to go in.”
Crosby's five-game point drought this campaign matches the longest stretch for one season since 2009-10. The 28-year-old will look to end his skid when the Penguins continue a season-long five-game homestand against the Florida Panthers on Tuesday.