Sidney Crosby not in favor of breaking up Penguins’ core

May 27—When Jim Rutherford abruptly resigned four months ago, a bunch of names were reported and suggested and presumably considered to replace him as Pittsburgh Penguins general manager. One high-profile figure, apparently, never applied. “I’ve never been one to try to be the GM,” Sidney Crosby said Wednesday, “and I’m not going to start now.” The timing isn’t ideal to be put in charge of …