What do Penguins center Sidney Crosby and Golden State Warriors power forward Draymond Green have in common? Video evidence shows them both taking a cheap shot at another man’s Cheap Dog Jerseys cojones.
If you didn’t take Spanish, that’s the delicate area between a man’s legs.
It’s cool, though. After striking O’Reilly, Crosby scored an insane highlight-reel goal later in the period. He now leads the NHL with 41 goals and is second in points only to the Oilers’ Connor McDavid (82) with 81 points.
But a year later, Crosby and the Penguins were right back in the Cup Final, again pitted against the Red Wings. In the rematch, it was Crosby and Co. who got the better of Detroit, taking the series 4-3. Crosby produced the bulk of his playoff scoring prior to the Detroit series, with 28 points in 17 games. He finished the Cup Final with a goal and two assists going up against Hall of Fame defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom.
Crosby has scored plenty of highlight-reel goals during his career, but this one against the Canadiens was especially special. After skating into a crowd of four Montreal players, Crosby muscled his way into a pocket of open ice and, while falling down, swatted the puck past David Aebischer (the top play in the video below).
Crosby’s foil since he was selected first in the 2005 NHL Draft has been Alex Ovechkin. Taken with the first pick by the Capitals a year earlier, Crosby and Ovechkin debuted the same year following the 2005 lockout. The two superstars have always been compared to each other, marketed next to each Cheap Elite Jerseys other, and each matchup — in the NHL or internationally — the narrative is always Crosby vs. Ovechkin.