MONTREAL (Reuters) - Sidney Crosby is still feeling the effects of his concussion and it is too soon to discuss a possible return date for the NHL's leading scorer, Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma said on Wednesday.

Bylsma initially said on January 6 that Crosby, who leads the NHL with 66 points, would be sidelined for at least a week.

The Penguins have lost all three games played without their captain, who leads the league with 32 goals and 66 points, and have been outscored 10-3.

Pittsburgh are three points behind the Philadelphia Flyers for top spot in the Eastern Conference.

(Reporting by Simon Evans in Miami; Editing by Frank Pingue)