Top 10 Cry Baby Crosby Moments Thus Far

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Top 10 Cry Baby Crosby Moments Thus Far

Sidney Crosby was born in 1987, in the eighth month on the seventh day, and he earns $8.7 million and wears No. 87 in the NHL...story book ending right?


Although that dreaded day has arrived, the day Crosby finally won the Stanley Cup and rose to the top of the hockey world...

Well not quite, although what Crosby has already done, is remarkable in itself, I haven't jumped on the Crosby band wagon just yet.

If your like me and refuse to get on your knees (to bow among other things) then consider this the true antagonist outlook in his pursuit of Hall-of-Fame status.

I hope you enjoy these top 10 tear shedding moments as much as I did compiling them.

I have been called jealous, but I can assure you I am not.
While it seems that Pittsburgh currently holds an ideal advantage over the Philadelphia Flyers in such a rivalry, the Flyers came into the post lockout era with two superstars of their own; Mike Richards and Jeff Carter.

While Crosby's 397 points in 290 games may be ahead of most NHL players, it's a far cry from NHL great (best ever?) Wayne Gretzky's 503 points in 290 games to start his career, or Ovechkin's current 420 points in 324 games.

I've been told you cannot compare players, but when were talking best Pen all-time he will have to better than Mario Lemiuex's 1,723 career points.

Furthermore, if he wants to be the best non-flying bird today, he has to better than Malkin's Conn Smythe performance, as well as his Hart finalist showdown this year.

However, each person lives their own life and develops their own story, here's the top 10 Cry Baby Crosby moments from my view (honorable mentions include; dirty playoff beard and dirty fighting).

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