Words matter. These are the best Sidney Crosby Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I don’t think you’re human if you don’t get nervous.
Obviously, I don’t want to be in the box for over a hundred minutes during the season, but at the same time I have to try to play with an edge and battle out there.
There’s no doubt I’m emotional.
I’m not picky. When I’m hungry, I eat.
I’m most comfortable definitely when I’m on the ice. I love to play. It’s something that I just love to do.
I’ll be the first one to admit my first couple of years I was pretty hard on the refs.
It’s really football, tennis, and golf that I watch other than hockey.
In my situation there are often things I need to do for the team, so when I get the chance to relax it’s all I want to do.
I am putting pressure on myself to do my best and perform to my potential.
I want to be the best, so whatever comes with that, I’ll have to accept.
People are going to have their opinions. Whether it’s good or bad, I don’t really think about it either way.
The more you hesitate in a game, the more your chance of getting hit. Your focus isn’t there. When you hesitate, usually you’re in trouble.
I watched ‘Mighty Ducks.’ ‘Slapshot’ when I was a little older.
It is so important to me to have my time away from hockey. Obviously, hockey is my passion; I love it. But definitely for me, time away from the rink and time when my mind isn’t thinking about hockey is important.
I don’t have one favourite band. I like everything.
For me, I’ve learned that the best thing is to focus on the team you play for and yourself and what you need to do.
Whether you’re trying to learn in hockey or trying to learn in life, I’ve always tried to be observant and tried to learn more, tried to evolve, whether it’s as a hockey player or as a person. With each year, I try to do that.
I didn’t realize the connection between the mullet and success. For sure, you have to have a little bit of hockey hair – a little bit of flow, as they say. A lot of guys have fun with their hockey hair, so I’ll try to keep it a little long.
Challenging someone is good. You need to do it. Sometimes they don’t even realize you’re doing it, like when you joke with a goalie, ‘What’s wrong today? You losing it?’
For every whack I’ve given, I’ve gotten four or five.
I always wanted to be the best and to get the most out of myself.
In football, every play, play after play, there’s that physicality. Football players only play once a week, so they must really need to rest. That does kind of tell you how physical the sport is. But in hockey, you have the boards. I just couldn’t say which is more physical.
When I’m practicing, I think I’m pretty focused, and I spend a lot of energy on making sure I get better, but once I’m outside the rink, I think, like anyone else, I like to enjoy everything that everyone else does.
Individual honors and scoring championships are great, but my No. 1 goal is to win the Stanley Cup.
Growing up in Canada, I didn’t watch football much.