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Sidney Crosby goes after David Pastrnak for breaking unwritten rule


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Austin Sabourin
April 14, 2024  (5:55 PM)
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Sidney Crosby going after David Pastrnak
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During this NHL season, there have been talks about how hockey players should act on the ice.

The Pittsburgh Penguins have been part of these discussions. In a recent game against the Boston Bruins, things got intense.
At the end of the game, Bruins player David Pastrnak took a strong shot at the Penguins' goal. Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry stopped it, but it sparked a reaction from Penguins' captain Sidney Crosby.
Crosby talked to Pastrnak, questioning why he took the shot. Even though Pastrnak said he didn't mean to score, Crosby wasn't so sure. But nothing more happened between them.
Sidney Crosby wasn't too pleased with David Pastrňák taking a slap shot on his goalie at the buzzer 👀

After the game, Crosby said Pastrnak could shoot if he wanted to. But some people wonder if it's okay to shoot when there's little time left and the other team's goalie is still there. Even though Pastrnak didn't score, he helped his team win with two assists.
With the Penguins fighting for a good spot in the standings, Crosby's reaction shows how important every moment is in a game.
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