Sidney Crosby is not done yet
On February 20, Sidney Crosby played his 1000th career game, a milestone that some thought the 33-year-old superstar would never reach.
Crosby battled past injuries that stole a significant portion of his prime to put together a list of accomplishments almost unrivalled in the history of the sport - three Stanley Cups, two Olympic gold medals, a World Cup, two Harts, Art Rosses, Rocket Richard Trophies and Conn Smythes. He’s the defining superstar of the salary cap era and the ultimate winner.
But not that he’s firmly in his mid-30s, there is an increased sense among hockey fans that his time as a superstar is up and he's been replaced by the new generation. The point totals this season are decent but not overwhelming; 21 points in 22 games with only nine of them coming at 5-on-5. Focusing
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