Crosby wins ESPY for Best NHL Player
Sidney Crosby continues to rack up the hardware.
The Pittsburgh Penguins captain was named Best NHL Player at the ESPYS on Wednesday.
The Penguins agreed with the decision.
Crosby won the 2016 Conn Smythe Trophy after helping the Penguins win the fourth Stanley Cup in franchise history.
He was also a finalist for the Hart Trophy on the strength of his 36 goals and 49 assists during the regular season.
The awarding of Best NHL Player was not part of the televised portion of the ESPYS.
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