Sidney Crosby on how much longer he’ll play: ‘I’m thinking about three more years and then seeing what happens from there’
Sidney Crosby is the owner of 1,409 career points in the National Hockey League. Since entering the league in the 2005-06 season, only Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin has tallied more points (1,410).
Both players have collected countless individual awards over their long, historic, forever intertwined careers and now have the graying hair to show for it.
At the NHL’s North American Player Media Tour, the 35-year-old Crosby sat down with Elliotte Friedman and Jeff Marek of the 32 Thoughts podcast. The Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia native was asked bluntly about just how much longer he thinks he’ll lace his skates up in the league.