Another reporter, this time from The Globe and Mail, sends Sidney Crosby to Montreal

Published May 18, 2021 at 10:08

At the end of January, TSN columnist Darren Dreger argued that major changes could eventually come to Pittsburgh if the team hires a new GM who wants to rebuild. Dreger even suggested that Sidney Crosby could potentially be compromised by the Penguins.

Following this announcement, social networks exploded and several supporters of the Canadian began to dream. Even player's agent David Ettedgui added, saying he strongly believes that if Crosby changes roster, it will be for Montreal and nowhere else.

Then, according to Dan Kingerski of PGH Hockey Now , reported in mid-February, a Sidney Crosby trade was discussed with the Montreal Canadiens. The rumor circulating inside the hockey world is that Lemieux and his old friend Marc Bergevin, who is the general manager of the Montreal Canadiens, spoke about the possibility before Lemieux withdrew from the talks.

In a recent column in the Globe and Mail , Cathal Kelly wrote about a daring analysis by Penguins captain Sidney Crosby. He claims it is time to end the 87 stint in Pittsburgh saying it is at a point in his career that is a bit complicated. Kelly questions Crosby's ambitions and wonders if he's just living his life being paid a lot better than a normal person.

Kelly's words are loaded with meaning and few journalists will approve of these statements. Kelly even adds, it seems certain that Crosby is playing his last games in the Penguins' uniform, and he even cites the Canadian as the acquiring team.

«It's in everyone's best interests that Crosby play elsewhere. Montreal has always been the dream destination. Imagine Sidney reinvigorating the NHL's most historic franchise and creating a legendary all-Canadian rivalry. Crosby and the Canadiens vs. McDavid and the Oilers. "- Cathal Kelly

This season, Crosby has 24 goals, 38 assists for 62 points in 55 games this season. He still seems to have the touch and seems to lie the words, which are heavy with meaning, from Kelly that he is a finished player.

Via HF

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Another reporter, this time from The Globe and Mail, sends Sidney Crosby to Montreal

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