Thread: Player Discussion: Claude Giroux II: Robin's Revenge
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05-14-2014, 07:44 AM
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When Crosby came into the league and was put on a team with Malkin, it was expected that those two guys would win multiple Stanley Cups together. They're both well into their primes with only one cup and not much else to show for it. I think it's fair to say that Crosby has underwhelmed at times on the biggest stage. Outside of his golden goal at Vancouver, he hasn't really done anything to say he was the best player on a championship team. He was invisble in Sochi, and Malkin was far and away the better player in 2009.
I hate when people give Crosby all the credit for his "golden goal" iirc he did nothing in the Olympics before then, then takes the credit for a whole team effort no one remembers niedermayer (I think it was) who passed to Crosby, nope, he won canada the gold with a lucky shot from the bad angle, he's a hero. Give me a break.

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