Friday, December 29, 2006

Sidney Crosby is 2006's Top Scorer

Yes, Sidney is the best in 2006.

From John Kreiser, columnist:

Crosby enters the weekend leading all NHL scorers in points during calendar year 2006. His 115 points (in 76 games) were one more than San Jose's Joe Thornton and two more than the Rangers' Jaromir Jagr. Washington's Alex Ovechkin was fourth, four points behind Crosby, but topped all goal scorers with 54, five more than Atlanta's Ilya Kovalchuk.
Raise the roof!!

Here's another amazing fact from Kreiser:
How dependent are the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sidney Crosby? Consider that in Crosby's one-plus seasons with the Pens, they have yet to win a game when he doesn't get a point. He was kept off the score sheet Tuesday in New Jersey and Wednesday against Atlanta, dropping the Penguins to 0-28-1 when Crosby doesn't get a point.

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