Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by neg marron, May 11, 2005.
he was featured on espn's outside the lines
what did he talk about exactly
picked this off a Minnesota Wild forum
Out in the Cold
Thursday, April 28, 2005
9pm PT on ESPN
When he was just 14-years old Sidney Crosby was said to have the potential to break Wayne Gretzky's NHL scoring records, a prediction that came from Gretzky himself. Crosby is now 17, dominating junior hockey in Canada, on the verge of being eligible to turn pro and becoming certain number one NHL draft pick. But as a result of the NHL labor impasse, this "can't miss kid" has a cloudy future. Outside the Lines' John Barr profiles Crosby, followed by a discussion on what options face the young star. Bob Ley hosts.
Ken Campbell, Toronto Star hockey writer
Michael Farber, Sports Illustrated hockey writer
Yeah I actually caught a replay of this show sometime after midnight the other night.
Amazing to see hockey discussed for a half hour on ESPN.
It was pretty much a half hour profile on Crosby and his background and what he means for the future of the NHL and where he should get to play hockey next year.
Cloudy future Crosby has.
Sounds a bit like Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars
Lets hope he doesn't go to the dark side (aka Leafs AHL team).