Sidney Crosby brings Stanley Cup to hockey school

Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby is a big reason why the team has been one of the best in the NHL over the last few years. He helped them to their fourth overall Stanley Cup and their first since 2009 and he decided to show the trophy off at his hockey school on Friday.

It was Crosby’s turn with the Stanley Cup and he headed to his hometown of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia. He runs a hockey school there and he shared the hardware, including the Conn Smythe Trophy, with the kids in attendance.

Sidney Crosby's Hockey School just got even more exciting. 🏆 pic.twitter.com/NYEEO2ddTp

— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) July 15, 2016

Of course, Sidney Crosby knew he had to keep such precious cargo very safe. He strapped in the Cup very tight for the trip back home.

Safety first. @penguins captain buckles up the #stanleycup heading to Cole Harbour. @NHL @HockeyHallFame pic.twitter.com/kUnMVLWg03

— Philip Pritchard (@keeperofthecup) July 15, 2016

Crosby is one of the best players in the league today and it is hard to believe that he wouldn’t be a big part of their roster next year.

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