Cooking light is a feature we are premiering tonight that is designed to give you a fresh, up-to-date look at the top NHL players.
We’ve got players like Jordan Staal, Ryan McDonagh and Mike Fisher, along with stars like Sidney Crosby and Sidney Crosby’s son, and we’re also getting to see players like Sidney Price, Alex Ovechkin and Alex Ovi.
We’re not getting the full package of features in this edition of Cooking Light.
We’ll start by giving you a look at players that were part of the top 10 teams in terms of wins.
There are some surprises in there, as well, as we’re getting to hear from players like Ryan Suter and Sidney.
Sidney Crosby, who was the top pick in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, was the most valuable player on the Penguins in terms to wins.
He led the league in goals and points with a whopping 32, and was a huge reason the Penguins were in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The 21-year-old Crosby is a guy who is not afraid to say what he thinks.
He’s got an enormous chip on his shoulder, and that chip is really good for the Penguins.
The question with Crosby is, how does he handle this chip?
You know, I think he’s going to be a great player.
And I think there’s no question that he has the ability to be.
He has that great skill and the ability, I’ll put it that way, to be great, and he’s just going to have to do what he’s doing, and it’s going be really hard for anybody to stop him.
He’s going back to Pittsburgh, and you know, he’s got some great linemates, a couple of top prospects in Sidney Crosby, Ryan Callahan and Nick Bonino.
There’s a lot of good hockey in Pittsburgh.
Crosby is going to find a way to be even better this season.
He needs to find ways to be more consistent with his linemates.
That’s the big thing with Crosby, is that he can’t just have his top players and he has to get a lot better, because he’s one of the best at everything in the world.
The other thing is, Crosby has a really good attitude.
He knows what he needs to do, and if he wants to play with a different team, he has every right to do that.
If he wants some help, he will, and I think that’s one thing that makes him so great.
He can go out there and play a game, but if you want to go out and get that type of play, you have to have some support from other people, because you’re going to get beat.
There will be times where Crosby can have some of his best moments in the playoffs, when he’s scoring the goal or taking the faceoff or he’s driving the net.
But he needs support.
He will be a very good player.
If there’s a big goal for Crosby, it’s just getting back to the playoffs and playing in a Stanley Cup Final.
That’ll be his goal.
It’ll be a big step.
Crosby was a key part of that, too.
He scored a lot in the series and helped them get to the Cup Final, and his goal was to help them win a Stanley Final.
He had a really great series.
He really put a lot on his shoulders, and in the end, he really helped them.
Crosby has always had great chemistry with Crosby.
I don’t know if you can measure that, but they were great together, and they played a lot like a couple years ago.
It’s going from there to a championship.
He’ll be back, and obviously he’ll have a lot to prove, but I think we’ll all see a different Crosby next season.
Crosby’s best years are ahead of him.
He is playing well.
He gets a lot more minutes, and the way he plays, you see a lot less turnover.
It shows on the ice.
I think you see that more and more with Crosby now, as he plays more.
He does have that skill that makes it hard for teams to stop.
You know what I mean?
If you’re trying to stop Crosby, he is going in the back of the net and you’re out of your mind.
He takes a huge hit, and there are no defenders.
That makes it really hard to defend.
He was a big reason why the Penguins won the Cup.
They got a lot back, so they’re in good shape.
He doesn’t have to be in the penalty box, so there’s not as much pressure on him, and as a result, he can score a lot.
That was one of his greatest strengths last season, and now, he finally gets to do it.
He wants to win a championship with the Penguins, and hopefully he’ll do it again next season, too, if he stays healthy. Crosby