Capitals forward Tom Wilson did something many of us would like to do. During a Penguins’ first period power play, Wilson put Sidney Crosby in a headlock.
The chaos started after Phil Kessel could not pot a rebound that laid just outside of the crease. Almost every Penguin player got a whack at the puck before Crosby got the last one. That was too any for Tom Wilson. He hulked out, dragging Crosby away from the crease like he was pulling a heavy Canadian wheelbarrow backwards up a hill.
Beautiful technique. That’d make Kevin Owens proud.
— WWE (@WWE) May 7, 2016
Crosby ended up having to get his helmet fixed at the bench.
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