Penguins’ Sidney Crosby beats Capitals’ Nic Dowd

Sidney Crosby could have a future in another sport if he hangs up his skates.

Perhaps the Pittsburgh Penguins star will give celebrity boxing a shot. He’s definitely got a nice left hook.

On Saturday night against the Capitals, Crosby was frustrated with Washington center Nic Dowd and threw a left hand to his mouth in the 6-3 loss in Pittsburgh.

Nic Dowd sticks with Pittsburgh Penguins’ Sidney Crosby.

First, Crosby tied Dowd up and then threw the punch. It would have been a penalty but the Capitals scored in that game and nullified the decision as defender Dmitry Orlov scored his 11th goal of the season to make it a 5-1 game.

Earlier this season, Crosby also came into play with the Capitals. The 34-year-old center avoided suspension in November after throwing defender Martin Fehervary in the gang. He wasn’t penalized for that game, although the highlight made waves on social media. Penguins’ Sidney Crosby beats Capitals’ Nic Dowd


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