Found January 06, 2013 on The Pensblog:
If there's one thing that's annoying about Sidney Crosby, it's his innate ability to churn out meaningless quotes every time someone asks him a question.  By the end of his second year in the NHL, we were already skipping his quotes in anything we were reading.  Snore fest.  We know why he is the way he is, but it just got old really fast. Over the weekend, we were discussing how the end of the lockout would change life for the eBay autograph seekers who have probably been down at the Iceoplex every day to get Crosby's autograph.  Some people who have tried to get Crosby's autograph have set us straight:  Crosby knows what's up.  It would really take an idiot not to. Then we were thrown this YouTube (uploaded in 2009) of Crosby skinning an eBayer during an autograph scrum:  
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