More fun facts about “Sid the Kid”: THE (NEW) GREAT ONE: The hockey wunderkind has two Olympic gold medals and a Stanley Cup to his credit – and he’s only 27! Now the "Bad Liar" singer has reportedly splashed out .3 million on a new four-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Studio City, Los Angeles.
WORDS OF WISDOM: “The best advice I received was to never take anything for granted” LIVING ON A PRAYER: “The guys always give me a hard time about [liking] Bon Jovi” BIGGEST WEAKNESS: Chocolate IN THE GENES: Sidney’s little sister, Taylor, is a goalie. According to property website Trulia, Selena's new home was built in 1951 and has been fully remodelled, with a bonus area that can also serve as a guesthouse, office or even a recording studio.
This week they tried to gloat about their Stanley Cup for the billionth time, this time in the face of the team they defeated (which is pretty low-class as is, might I add), and I've got to give props to the Devils for standing up and chirping back.
The fact that many Kings fans don't know that the Ducks have a Cup ring and banner already means they either bought their jersey last June after learning what goes on at Staples Center when the Lakers aren't playing, or they have an unparalleled ability to block out traumatic events. Moving away from the Kings for a little while, CBC's Don Cherry is a staple in Canadian television. A reminder: if you come across any great tweets you'd love to see here, send them over to us at @Anaheim Calling!
When you consider that the beginning of his career coincided with the boom of social networking, it’s amazing that there are barely any pictures of Crosby with women.
If you look around the interweb long enough, you’ll find a full range of opinions on the subject.
Later more authors branched out, portraying Sid as a functional human being and giving Geno more to do than pine and take care of him.
Next season the Ducks will be eligible to do so once again. -CK] The Kings' Twitter account was up to its usual snobbery this week.
Perfect time to switch our current third jersey into full-time use and introduce a new throwback alternate, yes? While I do give them credit for being "outside the box" in their approach for a professional organization, there are many times where they just get annoying.
In fact, with the Philadelphia Flyers struggling mightily, Pittsburgh has pulled within two points of first place.
Again, they've done that without the NHL's eighth leading scorer, who played in only 41 of his team's 67 games.
But Crosby has been out since suffering a concussion on January 5 — co-star Evgeni Malkin has missed just as much time — and the Penguins just keep winning.
They've gone 12-9-5 while Crosby's been out, and though that's below their first half pace when Crosby was healthy, its been more than enough to keep them among the Eastern Conference leaders.
Before we start, let's get this out of the way: we are in no way, shape, or form, saying that the Pittsburgh Penguins are better off without Sidney Crosby.
He's the undisputed best player in the National Hockey League, and as long as he's around the Penguins will Stanley Cup contenders, if not favorites.
Crosby is invaluable, but the experience and responsibility that other Penguins have gained in his absence could prove to be even more invaluable during the playoffs.
Youngsters like Dustin Jeffrey, Kris Letang, Jordan Staal, and Tyler Kennedy have been thrust into huge roles of late, and the growing supporting cast will only make Crosby's job even easier when he returns.