The Stanley Cup playoffs continue on Wednesday with four major games. Two of those series could come to an end while the other two will face pivotal Game 4's that could shift the series one way or another.
Tony Romo, Alexander Ovechkin & Chris Paul III share a very common negative similarity. None of these three big names have ever been able to make it to the third round of the postseason in their respective sport.
The 2014-15 NHL season is almost a quarter of the way complete. The Eastern Conference has had a lot of close, tight races thus far. In the Metropolitan division, the New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins have emerged as the favorites.
Sidney Crosby has often been considered the greatest player in the world of hockey having won numerous scoring titles, the Hart Trophy on a few occasions and a Stanley Cup to his name, however, there is one award that Crosby has not managed to attain: the Conn Smythe trophy for Stanley Cup playoffs MVP, having been overshadowed by teammate Evgeni Malkin.
Another season. Another choke from the Pittsburgh Penguins. While they are no where near the level of the San Jose Sharks and Washington Capitals in terms of choking, Sidney Crosby and the Penguins are building quite a resume. Here is a look at the highs and lows of the 2013-14 season for Pittsburgh.
Game 7 between the Pittsburgh Penguins and NY Rangers is on the horizon. The Rangers managed a shocking comeback in Games 5 and 6 after looking listless against a dominant Pittsburgh side. But the Penguins have seemingly capsized and no player has been more emblematic of that fall than Captain Sidney Crosby.