Crosby passes Jagr for 2nd most 100 point seasons in Pens history

Sidney Crosby Sidney Crosby has hit the 100 point plateau for the first time since 2009-2010. Crosby assisted on Chris Kunitz’s first period goal Tuesday night vs Carolina, picking up his 100th point of the season. This is Crosby’s 5th 100 point season and becomes just the eighth player in NHL history to record at least five 100 point seasons prior to his 27th birthday. Crosby passes Jaromir Jagr for the second most 100 point seasons in Penguins history. Mario Lemieux has 10.
vs CAR: 1 Assist, +1, 3 SOG, 2 PIM, 2 Hits, 11-6 (64.7 FO%)
2013-2014 Stats: 76 GP – 36 Goals – 64 Assists – 100 Pts – +16

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