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Top player jersey sales on NHL.com for January, according to a Sports Business Daily story that cites Shop.NHL.com:
1 Flyers RW Claude Giroux
2 Blackhawks C Jonathan Toews
3 Penguins C Sidney Crosby
4 Rangers RW Ryan Callahan
5 Penguins LW James Neal
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Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby took a wicked puck to the face during the second period of Tuesday's game against the New York Islanders. The accident forced the Penguins captain out of the game and off the ice as he suffered considerable bleeding.The incident occurred during a Pittsburgh power play when Crosby got tangled up with Islanders defenseman Brian Strait. Crosby...
Perhaps it’s anger over their team moving to Brooklyn. Maybe it’s anger over their team being irrelevant for almost thirty years. Or maybe Sidney Crosby is just that hated around the NHL. Tuesday night, the NHL’s poster boy Crosby took a puck to the face while his Penguins were in Long Island to take on [...]
Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby was injured and missed a few shifts during Pittsburgh’s game against New York Islanders at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Tuesday evening.
During a Penguins power play, Crosby skated across the offensive zone, outside the front of the crease toward the circle when a feed inside rode up and struck him in the face.
Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby was injured early in the second period against the New York Islanders when he was struck in the face by the puck, but quickly returned to the game.
During a Penguins power play, Crosby skated across the right circle in the New York end -- near where Islanders defenseman Brian Strait was crouched -- and was clipped by the puck. Crosby'...
Yesterday, we posted a video of NHL referee Chris Rooney getting hit the face with a deflected puck and last night, Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby was feeling the same pain.
The incident happened in the second period of play against the New York Islanders defenseman Brian Strait attempted to get his stick on the puck:
Watch as the puck deflects right off Crosby'...
Myles Crosby, a high school defensive back from Texas, announced earlier this week that he will sign a letter of intent to play Division I college football at SMU. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound safety is a two-star recruit and is ranked nowhere near the top at his position, but there’s one particular bit of information that makes his story noteworthy — Crosby is a nationally-recognized...
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If you thought Philly fans hated Sidney Crosby, apparently its not just us.
During Tuesday's game vs the New York Islanders, Sidney Crosby was struck in the face with a puck. Crosby, bleeding on the ice, was hearing cheers, and "Crosby Sucks" chants. See national media, its not just Philadelphia! (SB Nation)
The Flyers defeated...
Trying to build off the momentum from Saturday’s win over Carolina the Flyers came out hard against the Lightning tonight. B.J. Crombeen, who mixed it up pretty good with Flyers captain Claude Giroux in the two teams last meeting, dropped […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins and New Jersey Devils are looking like two of the top contenders to come out of the Eastern Conference.
The Penguins hope their offense - one of the league's best - will come through again Saturday as they visit the Devils and their stifling defense.
Pittsburgh's 3.5 goals per game and New Jersey's 2.1 goals-against average are both among the...
Isles, last time we met it was the worst.
Tonight was for redemption. Win or lose, we had to get some honor out of this.
And, of course, some goddamn awards.
The game has barely started and the Isles get a penalty for ***************. We can't even understand what they are doing yet in this game. Not because it's particularly bad, but because...
By now, if you're a fan of hockey in the slightest, you've noticed a glaring initiative by officials to protect the game's players. Concussion awareness and player safety have been hot-button issues for years ever since devastating injuries to Marc Savard and Sidney Crosby.
But as hard as the league has been coming down on players for hitting players in defenseless...