For the fourth straight year, Sidney Crosby was crowned "Best National Hockey League Player" by the fans at last night's ESPY Awards.
He also won, as part of Team Canada during the 2010 Olympics, the ESPY Award for "Best Game" for defeating Team USA for the Gold.
Crosby has now won more ESPYs than any other NHL player since the awards were created in 1993. He broke a tie with current Penguins owner Mario Lemieux, who won the ESPY three times (1993, 1994 and 1998).
Crosby and Malkin share benchmark game (Saturday, October 18, 2008)
Crosby: 100th Goal, 200th Assist, 300th Point Malkin: 200th Point (on Crosby's 100th Goal)
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