Yes, but apparently you do not.
Sidney Crosby and Team Canada won the World Junior's Gold in 2005.
because of the the rivers come in a triangle in Pittsburgh so they put that in there jersey
You can mail the letter to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Their address is:
66 Mario Lemieux Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-3501
he says he wants to keep his dating life private but im sure he will like me!
He likes them either really young or really dirty. They must be either a challenge in saying no to him or a physical challenge. This is the hallmark of a somatic narcissist. I suggest young ladies stay away from him or you will find yourselves having a Roethlisberger moment only the cops will be getting a set of hockey tickets to look the other way rather than a pair of football tickets.
They were first known as the Pittsburgh Pirates but this changed because they played in the "igloo" which is the nick name of the mellon arena.
April 25, 1989- The Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Philadelphia Flyers, 10-7, in a classic game best remembered for Mario Lemieux's historic 8 points, including 5 goals. Earlier that season, on New Year's Eve of '88, Lemieux recorded his first-ever 5-goal game in a win over New Jersey, scoring the classic "five goals in five different ways."
Forwards: Craig Adams, Chris Bourque, Chris Connor, Matt Cooke, Sidney Crosby (#1), Pascal Dupuis, Ruslan Fedotenko, Eric Godard, Billy Guerin, Tyler Kennedy, Chris Kunitz, Evgeni Malkin (#4), Mike Rupp, Jordan Staal (#3 and working his way up to #2), Max Talbot
Defenseman: Mark Eaton, Deryk Engelland, Alex Goligoski, Sergei Gonchar, Kris Letang, Jay McKee, Brooks Orpik, Martin Skoula
Goalies: Marc-Andre Fleury (#2), Brent Johnson (boo!)
*Sorry if I offended you by my opinion on some of the players. But you have to admit Sid is pretty hot!
Veteran defenseman Darryl Sydor wore number 5 with the Penguins in the 2007-08 season. Sydor signed with Pittsburgh on July 1, 2007. He has also been a member of the Los Angeles Kings, Columbus Blue Jackets, Tampa Bay Lightning, and Dallas Stars (2 stints). Sydor had roles in helping the 1999 Stars and 2004 Lightning capture Stanley Cups.
Actually I'm not sure. I've seen SR used to refer to Standing Room in terms of attendance but don't know of anything else.
Mario Lemieux in the beginning of the season and they had no captain at the end
George Sullivan was the head coach for the club's first two seasons until being replaced by Hockey Hall of Famer Red Kelly.
Yes, as of March 30, 2011, Sidney Crosby is still sidelined from his injury. Since sustaining a mild concussion during the Winter Classic when he received a blind-side hit, he was injured again on January 5, 2011 when his head hit the glass in a game against Tampa Bay. He is was put on injured reserve on January 6, 2011 and has not played in any game or participated in Penguins practices since. On March 30, 2011, he was cleared to return for no-contact practice, but the timetable for his full return is still unclear.
In early 1993, Lemieux was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma. He underwent treatments for the cancer but returned successfully to the NHL. To this point in time the cancer has not returned.
627 North Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22203
Put an 'ATTN:" line after the address to direct the letter to the proper party (IE, player name, community relations, youth hockey, etc.)
his favorite food is Chinese food, poor boys and muffs......those are sandwiches with olive spread in them or they might be something else.
Since being in Quebec he also really likes poutains...the cheesier the better.
Sidney Crosby has gotten 223 goals since joining the NHL. He also has 386 assists. Sidney Crosby has scored all the goals in his career with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The only thing that I know is the he lived in Ville Emard, which is an outskirt of Montreal, Canada, with his mom, dad, and two brothers. He dropped out of high school at the age of 16 in the tenth grade. Other than that, I have no idea.
Sidney Crosby wears Oakley VR903 Pro Straight Visors
He became captain in 2007, when he was 20 years old.
In New Jersey, there is large portion of pine tree forests called the Pine Barrens. Local legend tells of the New Jersey Devil, a large devil-like monster (like the mothman) who is said to live in the pine barrens and has for centuries. The New Jersey Devil is a big legend in NJ, so it's only fitting the team would be called the New Jersey Devils.
He's won it twice. Both with the Colorado Avalanche.
There is a governing body for each sport that oversees the selection of the team for that sport.
That body will organize a qualifying competition shortly before each Olympic games. The top finishers of that competition will then be vetted by the governing body to assess their readiness to compete in the Games.
They have the final say over who's on the team.