Found April 07, 2012 on Iced Out Hockey:
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The rest of the NHL apart from Penguins fans don’t quite adore Sidney Crosby the way referees seemingly do, and a visual aid of his shenanigans has emerged. While I’m indifferent to Crosby, many of you who don’t take kindly to his diving habits will enjoy these pictures.
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