• Penguins' Sidney Crosby signs hockey stick for trash-talking Rangers fan


    NEW YORK - Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby took a New York Rangers fan’s trash talking in stride Wednesday night, autographing a hockey stick for him.

    Another Rangers fan tweeted that a guy sitting next to the penalty box "was lighting up Sid all game with some fantastic chirps."

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    When the game ended, a trainer gave the heckler a hockey stick signed by Crosby, who showed his sense of humor by writing, "Good chirps. Take it easy on me next time!"

    The Penguins beat the Rangers 7-2.




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