— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) July 17, 2014
Leading the league with 104 points (36G, 68A) and playing his first full season in quite a while, Crosby is expected to improve on those numbers next season, as he won’t have the Olympics interfering this time around. So, it’s extremely likely Crosby will repeat these accolade achievements.
Yet, I’m sure the captain would much rather be lifting Lord Stanley’s chalice rather than receiving these awards.
Crosby was also up for the Best Comeback Athlete ESPY, but Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook took home that award.