Which five current NHL stars have the golden touch when it comes to putting up the points in the Stanley Cup Playoffs?
Sidney Crosby posted a four-point night to bring him 171 in his NHL postseason career, moving the Pittsburgh Penguins captain one point away from tying Mario Lemieux for the franchise record in postseason points.
MacKinnon has been unable to crack the code of what it’s like to be No. 87 on the ice. But he admires this about Crosby.
NHLPA Goals & Dreams has been a proud supporter of grassroots hockey since the inception of the player's program in 1999. Hear more about the program from the players themselves!
Learn more about the history of the Ted Lindsay Award, and the trophy's namesake, Ted Lindsay, a key figure in the creating of the original National Hockey League Players’ Association and a Hockey Hall of Fame member who skated in 17 NHL seasons.
Sidney Crosby's number one pet peeve, is of course, hockey-related. Find out a little more about the Pittsburgh Penguin captain in this week's Player Q&A.
2017 Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award and 2017 King Clancy Memorial Trophy winner Nick Foligno discusses the significance of the Ted Lindsay Award and what makes this year's finalists so remarkable.
Will it be No. 87, No. 88 or No. 97 that receives this year’s Ted Lindsay Award? Before the winner is revealed on June 21, check out some of the big-time numbers posted by this trio of NHL talents.
The 2017 Stanley Cup has been decided as the Pittsburgh Penguins skated away with hockey’s ultimate team trophy for the second straight season and fifth time overall. There were plenty of prime time performances throughout the Playoffs, including these five players who topped the charts in points.
Crosby is one of six three-time recipients (Guy Lafleur, Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, Jaromir Jagr, Alexander Ovechkin) — a group he joined after he was voted the Ted Lindsay Award recipient in back-to-back seasons (2012-13, 2013-14).
Burns, Crosby and McDavid were voted "Most Outstanding Player" finalists by fellow players.
Sidney Crosby gave the Pittsburgh Penguins an early lead in the second period of their Round 2 opening matchup against the Washington Capitals Thursday with a pair of goals scored just 52 seconds apart.
This was one time 86 suited Sidney Crosby just fine.
24-year-old Grant Chupinka thought he was getting a Penguins jersey, but ended up getting so much more.
With Sidney Crosby leading the way, the Penguins booked a Game 7 date after a crucial road win in Tampa
Sidney Crosby broke an 8-game scoring drought with the OT winner to tie the Eastern Conference Final 1-1
March 2nd marked a full day of exciting World Cup of Hockey 2016 announcements including initial roster unveils and team uniform unveils.
Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf led the way in Game 3 as Anaheim notched a grinding road win for a 2-1 series lead
Sidney Crosby feted by the NHLPA for his 2013-14 Ted Lindsay Award season
Although Sidney Crosby’s name can be found on a number of notable trophies, the Ted Lindsay Award, which he won for the third time on Tuesday night, is especially meaningful for the Pittsburgh captain.