This is the undisputed gif of the game:
Craig Adams whoops…
Even the Refs had it tough:
All the credit goes to @KBacker21. He spotted Craig Adams going for the ol’ sack tap on Crosby:
This isn’t the first time Crosby has been ball tapped. We’re assuming Adams missed, or Crosby has balls of steel.
By: Meesh Shanmugam
Pens 8 Devils 3
Comeau (2) from Dupuis
Malkin (4) (PP) from Hornqvist, Letang
Hornqvist (5) from Despres
Adams (1) from Sutter
Crosby (6) from Kunitz, Despres
Dupuis (4 (PP) from Downie, Maatta
Downie (1) (PP) from Comeau, Sutter
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Downie (holding): Overly aggressive (tries to defend Zubrus...
Everybody loves a scapegoat. This season, the early favorite to play that role is one Craig Adams. And why not?Craig Adams will not score 10 goals. He's only done that once in his career, in the 2005-06 season which he spent in Carolina. Nor will he put up 25 points. He's never done that.But this is Pittsburgh. And putting up points is the only way fans measure the worth of a forward...
Didn’t even realize there was a game on. We were too busy making stunned gifs of Pirate fans.
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@TPBderek Craig Adams crushed Oskar Sundqvist. One of the Red Wings got kneed in the face by a linesman. That’s pretty much it.
— Adam Gretz (@AGretz) October 2, 2014
Beautiful goal by Sundqvist. Really making a great case for a roster spot.
Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby was challenged by teammate Craig Adams and made good on it by accepting the “Ice Bucket Challenge.” Crosby then challenged teammates Pascal Dupuis, Marc-Andre Fleury and Kris Letang to do the same, which is how the challenge works. The only complaint is that Crosby should have been mixing up that […] The post Sidney Crosby joins growing...
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