Yes a gold medal.
Sidney Crosby Correction it not Sidney Crosby Anymore. It Jonathan Toews :D
Sidney Crosby won a gold medal in men's hockey in the 2010 Winter Olympics. He is on the team in the 2014 Olympics.
He's played hockey for the world, won an Olympic Gold Medal for Canada, and won a Stanley cup for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Canada won the Gold medal hockey game against the USA with a goal in overtime by Sidney Crosby to make the score 3-2. This gave the USA the Silver medal
Sidney Crosby, Scott Niedmayer
I would say the best player in the NHL is Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins. While Crosby has less MVP awards Crosby has two things Ovechkin has never came close to gettin a Stanley Cup ring and an Olympic gold medal. At the age of 15 people were already calling him the next Wayne Gretzky, saying no matter where he goes in the NHL that team will become successful. That was a true statement. The 2005 draft was nicknamed the Sidney Crosby Sweepstakes, the Pittsburgh Penguins won that sweepstakes. Obtaining the #1 overall draft pick. Before drafting Sidney Crosby the Penguins were considered one of the leagues worst teams. Crosby changed that. In his 2nd the Penguins reached the playoffs for the first time in 5 years. Crosby was also awarded the MVP award that year. The next year Crosby lead the Penguins to their first Stanley Cup Finals since 1992 losing in 6 games to the Detroit Red Wings. That wouldn't stop Crosby from trying to obtain his ultimate goal of winning the Stanley Cup. The Next year he was back in the finals and this time losing wasn't an option. The Penguins beat the Red Wings in 7 games. The next year Crosby competed in the Olympics for Canada hoping to win the gold medal at home in Canada. Canada reached the gold medal game to play the red hot US team. The game ended with a game winning overtime goal scored by none other than Sidney Crosby. Sidney Crosby has so many accomplishments at such a young age (23) that I have no Idea how anyone does not consider him the best player in the NHL.
Team Canada defeated Team USA in OT. Sidney Crosbey scored the game-winning goal
No he is not retiring. but he very well could he has a Stanley cup ring,gold medal, awards
Sid has won 1 Stanley cup and 1 gold medal in the Olympics in 2010
I'd have to say it's because Sidney Crosby has been way more impressive in his career so far. You don't hear about Ovechkin a whole lot any more cause he isn't doing anything spectacular. Crosby on the other hand, became the youngest captain to win the the Stanley Cup, he has won a gold medal with Team Canada in the Olympics, and when he stays healthy, Crosby puts up more points than Ovechkin.
He won the Hockey Olympics in 2010 gold medal, he was the Assistant Captain. He also won the 2009 Stanley Cup in the NHL. He was Captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins. He is also very skilled, learned to skate at age 3. Hopefully this could help you. I did a proj. on Sidney Crosby :D
yes, in fact he scored the goal that made the Canadians victorious in the Olympic hockey tournament in 2010.
Sidney Crosby , Martin Brodeur , Scott Nidermayer , Ryan Getzlaf , Corey Perry , There is more but i cant think of them
Yes, he has quite a few times. In 2004 he represented Canada in the IIHF World U20 Championship and came in 2nd place. In 2005 he went into the same tournament once again representing Canada but only this time he got a gold medal. One year later he entered the 2006 IIHF World championship and led in scoring. And in 2010 he played for Canada's Olympic male hockey team in Vancouver BC. In the gold medal game he scored the game winning goal in overtime against the United States. This goal is often referred to as " The Golden Goal".
Canada and the United States. Canada defeated the USA, 5-2, to win the gold medal. Joe Sakic and Jerome Iginla each scored twice for Canada in the gold medal game.
it is commonly thought to be Steve Yzerman, former Detroit Redwing, and GM of Canada's gold medal winning hockey team.
Jarome Iginla is a Canadian born hockey player. He was always an outstanding player in the National Hockey League but is probably best known for passing the puck to Sidney Crosby at the Olympics, which allowed Crosby to score the winning goal in overtime against the US and win the gold medal.
Canada General Service Medal was created in 1899.
Statistically, Alexander Ovechkin because in the 2007-08 NHL season, Alex Ovechkin got 65 goals. That was Ovechkin's highest amount in his career. Sidney Crosby's highest was 51 in the 2009-10 season, which he tied with Steven Stamkos for the Rocket Richard Trophy (Most goals in an NHL season). Ovechkin also won the Calder Trophy (Rookie of the Year) in 2006, the same year Crosby was a rookie. Ovechkin has a Hart Trophy (Voted by coaches as best player) in 2007-08, along with the Lester B. Pearson Award (Voted by the players). He won two Rocket Richard trophies in his career. Crosby won a Stanley Cup, which is a team effort not individual, and only got the Hart and Rocket. Crosby won an Olympic gold medal for Canada in 2010, but that would also be considered a team effort.
General Service Medal - Canada - was created in 2004-03.
Operational Service Medal - Canada - was created on 2010-07-05.
Meritorious Service Medal - Canada - was created on 1991-06-06.