Every so often while browsing the web, I’ll come across something that I feel obligated to pass along to readers of this blog.
Bruce Arthur of the National Post recently wrote a particularly interesting article on Sidney Crosby (“NHL should be terrified of threat to Crosby”) and what his current status means to the league. The author points out that the world’s best player has now been missing in action for eight weeks (Hard to believe, isn’t it?) and that his absence “should make anybody who cares about hockey nauseous.” Arthur also goes all doom-and-gloom saying “we don’t know if (Crosby) will ever be the same.”
Depressing stuff if you’re a Pens fan. Nonetheless, it’s a great read. It can be found right here.