From TSN:Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has accomplished a lot for a hockey player who’s just 22 years of age. Frankly, he’s accomplished a lot for a player of 35. Faced with a tremendous amount of hype to live up to - none of it of his own making - he did exactly that, leading the Pens to a Stanley Cup victory last June and claiming several individual accolades along the way, more than surpassing the mantle of “the Next One” that was placed on him when he was still in just his mid-teens.But there’s one thing Crosby has never done that may surprise some fans of the game: score 50 goals in a season. In fact, he hasn’t even come all that close; in 2005-06, his rookie season, the Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia native scored 39 goals, still the most times he’s lit the lamp in an NHL campaign....

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