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Saturday, December 16, 2006

Crosby is the Next Great One

In tonight's game against the N.Y. Islanders, he absolutely dominated everyone on the ice. He made some of the nicest moves I have ever seen. Picking up a goal and 3 more assists, he has now extended his scoring lead. He now has 16 goals, 35 assists for 51 points in only 28 games. Jagr has 44 points in 4 more games(32 total). Sid the Kid has taken over as the face of the NHL. At age 19, the sky is the limit for this kid, and he is only going to improve in every single aspect of his game as he continues to get older. He is on pace for more than 40 goals and 100 points easily. Wayne Gretzky was the greatest hockey player of all time, but I believe Sidney Crosby will be a legend of his own once his career is over. No way will his numbers be anywhere near The Great One's but he is definitely the most dominant player in the NHL, who will continue to improve every single game.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

He is excellent and I think he is this era's Gretzky. He may never reach Gretzky's numbers but I don't think that is really a reflection of his talent. More of a reflection of the overall league. Scoring is still not like it was in the 80's and may never be again. Not to mention that his line-mates are not Mark Messier, Paul Coffey, Glenn Anderson, and Jari Kurri.

Do I think he is as good as Gretzky; no but he is close.

Nova Scotia rules!

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