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Happy Birthday, Sidney Crosby!
By all accounts, Sidney Crosby has had a life-long love
affair with hockey. Stories abound of Sidney as young as age two being able to
hold a stick properly while hitting a tennis ball. At age ten he scored an
incredible 159 goals in 55 games playing hockey in his hometown of Cole
Harbour, Nova Scotia. He had a season point total of 280 points. While at
Shattuck- Saint Mary’s Prep School in Minnesota, Sidney set new scoring records
by getting 72 goals and 110 assists for a total of 182 points in just 57 games.
He was also the only player under the age of eighteen to play in the Canadian
Junior Hockey tournament and the youngest to ever score a goal in the
championship. By the 2004-2005 season, Crosby was considered the best hockey
prospect in the world.
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from Paul Grant of ESPN,
With all these comparisons flying around, this week we're going to cut through the crud and make a call. Given two players, one active and one retired, in their primes, who would be better? And the best part of it is that you, the user, get the final word.
For our second installment, how about: The two best players of their generation, if...
Sidney Crosby's birthday today. Sure hope no one makes any bad jokes. Oh, wait...
Sidney Crosby shed the first of many tears on this date 26 years ago.
— Flyers Nation (@FlyersNation) August 7, 2013
Three Years Ago
Ed Rendell tasted the Consol Energy Center Ice in the best way imaginable:
NHL '14 stuff
Not overly impressed...
From a fantasy point of view...
from Pete Jensen of NHL.com,
While everything seemed to come crashing down for Marc-Andre Fleury during the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs, fantasy owners would be wise not to hold his postseason struggles against him when they're looking for goaltending this season.
Fleury got a vote of confidence from Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma...
ESPN's Paul Grant's made some...Interesting..."Who was better in their prime?" choices in pitting Wendel Clark against David Clarkson and then Wayne Gretzky versus Sidney Crosby, but today, he at least offers a pair of players who were contemporaries at one time in Martin Brodeur and Patrick Roy: Continue reading "This ESPN ‘Which player was better in their...