Sidney Crosby: The Kid Reigns Supreme Over Alex Ovechkin

January 27th, 2011 by Charlie Weinman Leave a reply »
The Great Debate is over. For years, analysts and fans have argued this heated topic. Who is the best hockey player in not only the league, but also the world?

Sidney Crosby or Alex Ovechkin? The buck toothed Canadian or the tough Russian? #87 or #8? Sid the Kid or Ovie the Great?

It has been argued since both players entered the league in 2005. The first four years, the argument was great. Both players produced and it was too close to call.

Then one of the players went on to win a Gold Medal and a Stanley Cup.  This season, that same player had one of the best first-halves in the history of the NHL and made it clear that he alone is the greatest player in the world.

Take a seat Mr. Ovechkin, Sidney Crosby has made it clear that he is the world’s greatest hockey player.

Sidney Crosby’s ownership of the best player in the world title all started in the 2007-08 playoffs. Crosby managed to put up 27 points in 20 playoff games. He led the Penguins to the Stanley Cup where they lost in six games to the Detroit Red Wings. In those same playoffs, Ovechkin’s Capitals were knocked out in the first round at th ...

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