Sidney Crosby was voted the NHL’s most complete player in the annual NHLPA Player Poll released today.
Crosby received 29.5 per cent of all votes, topping Aleksander Barkov (20.5 per cent) and Patrice Bergeron (19.5 per cent). Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid finished fourth in voting with 9.2 per cent of all votes, while Los Angeles Kings centre Anze Kopitar rounded out the top five with 2.6 per cent.
A three-time Ted Lindsay Award winner, Crosby has 31 goals and 84 points in 68 games this season with the Penguins, who have clinched a playoff berth for the 15th straight season.
Cosby, 34, was drafted 1st overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 1st round of the 2005 entry draft. Currently he has a total 1409 points in 1107 games played, and 191 playoffs points in 174 games played.