It's funny because he beat Philadelphia's best player in a fight.
If you make people laugh during an anthem, you've obviously done a great job.
Many people don't know that Mario's older brother, Alain Lemiexu, also played in the NHL.
The NHL could use some primetime, major network exposure.
Your aunt has a Christmas sweater exactly like that!
"The little guy took quite a bonk to the head, but he was very brave and hardly cried," said coach Dan Bylsma, who was there to hold Crosby's hand each time he went into the scary MRI machine. "It takes a real big boy to go back out on the ice after something like that happens, even if it takes 10 months to do so."
Crosby was triumphant in his return, notching two goals and two assists, acknowledging his mom with a cheerful wave after each.
"It was a really bad owie, and at first I didn't wanna do hockey anymore because it hurt so bad, but then I saw my friend Matt [Cooke] playing hockey, and I can do more pushups than him, and my dad said that he would take me to Coldstone if I tried practicing again, and so I did, and now I'm not scared no more," announced Crosby, who spoke to the media from a blanket fort he built in the locker room.
Hockey and bread = #CanadianPeopleProblems