Sidney Crosby Biography
(Ice Hockey Player)
Birthday: August 7, 1987 (Leo)
Born In: Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada
Sydney Patrick Crosby is a Canadian ice hockey player, who plays for the National Hockey league. He started young and ever since he was a child, he had his eyes on making it big as a professional player. From a kid with his obsession with sports, to becoming the captain of a leading NHL team, Pittsburgh Penguins, Sydney has crossed a long path. His father happened to be a professional level ice hockey player himself and started training Sydney since he was a kid. He exhibited his skills at the junior and high school and got drafted by Penguins in 2005. In 2009, Crosby led his team to the first standing in the Stanley Cup; it was the first title victory for Penguins in more than 17 years. However, sport related ailments did plague most of his career, but Crosby kept working hard at what he did the best, scoring goals. He led his national team to score a victory at the World Junior Championship in 2005 and in 2017 he was named one of the 100 Greatest NHL Players in History.