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Sidney Crosby's tumble dryer Do you remember?

Sidney Crosby tumble dryer

I crumble, I stumble...Do you remember the old tumble dryer of Sidney Crosby, hidden in the basement of his parents' house in Cole Harbour? As training facility to hone his shooting skills of NHL sniper? The cute video how he placed more pucks into the drum than his friend? Not bad for the career as haus man or trying that on the robots helping with the household tasks, but so good, funny history. It is a lot of years. You can spot his tumble dryer in the museum as a part of history:]] And Sid the Kid is going to be 30 soon.Their dented dryer is located in  Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame, you  can see his cute video with Max Talbot for one brand below:

Sidney Crosby as a child and his famous dryer:]

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NHL Awards 2016 Las Vegas

No, I am not coming to cover this event, but Patrick Kane was spotted buzzing around the golf pitch at the cart similar to my fantasy Taxiwooz urban vroom vroom toy. The hockey players will have more chances to do it, including Jagr's favourite casino nights, fun in Sin City, because Las Vegas franchise will join NHL in Western Conference next season. Meanwhile, the big event takes place tonight here. 

Patrick Kane Las Vegas award 2016

It is known NHL Awards and we will know who's exactly winner of certain price. Just add, Kaner's friend Jonathan Toews will not be present. Sidney Crosby yes and more stars. Other question. Who will be on the cover of new NHL game?

NHL awards 2016 Las Vegas

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Vincent Lecavalier is leaving hockey

Other NHL veteran and legend is leaving NHL. LA Kings player Vincent Lecavalier retires after 17 years in NHL.  He wants to give his time to family, in similar way like Pavel Datsyuk who left Detroit Red Wings. Canadian born Vincent Lecavalier participated in five NHL play off games with LA Kings this season after he was acquired from Philadelphia Flyers. He spent majority of his NHL career (14 from 17 seasons) with Tampa Bay Lightnings. He was selected by them in the first round in 1999 NHL Draft. He finished his astonishing career with Maurice ‘Rocket’ Richard Trophy and 1,212 games (1037 with Tampa Bay franchise), scored 421 goals and notched 949 points. He belongs to the most charitable NHL players.

Vincent Lecavalier

He issued an announcement:

 As I publicly announced at the time I was traded to the Los Angeles Kings, the 2015/16 season would be my last in the NHL. I recently informed the Kings that I am stepping away from the game and will no longer play professional hockey. It is my desire and intention to retire.

Hockey has provided me so much in my lifetime but requires an incredible commitment. It is now time for me to devote more time to my family.

I want to take this opportunity to thank the people who have helped me along the way and shared this journey with me. First and foremost, I would like to thank my parents, my wife, Caroline, my brother Philippe, sister Genevieve and my entire family. I could not have accomplished anything without your love and support. Thank you to the Tampa Bay Lightning for drafting me and providing me the opportunity to embark on my NHL career. I will never forget winning the Cup together in 2004, and the incredible support from Lightning fans. To the LA Kings, thank you for providing me the opportunity to finish my career on a positive note. To the coaches who have developed me and challenged me - you made me a better player and person. To my agent, Kent Hughes, thank you for all your efforts and support throughout my career.

Hockey is the greatest team sport in the world. There is nothing like sharing a locker room with your teammates and competing together day in and day out. I have made lifelong friends and I’d like to thank them for making this an unforgettable journey…. Thank you 

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