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Sidney Crosby showed off his amazing reflexes on Wednesday night when the Penguins took on the Capitals. With less than a minute remaining in the third period, Patric Hornqvist had his stick knocked out of his hand. Luckily for him, Crosby was there to save the day in a pretty miraculous way. 

By Extra Mustard
February 27, 2015

Sidney Crosby showed off his amazing reflexes on Wednesday night when the Penguins took on the Capitals. 

With less than a minute remaining in the third period, Patric Hornqvist had his stick knocked out of his hand. Luckily for him, Crosby was there to save the day in a pretty miraculous way.

Crosby managed to catch the stick with his own, hand the stick back to his teammate and continue playing without missing a beat.

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Thanks in part to Crosby's nifty stick work, the Penguins held on to beat the Capitals, 4-3. Pittsburgh is 35-17-9 and in third place in the Metropolitan Division.

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