10 Things We Learned About Sidney Crosby On The Spittin Chiclets Podcast

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In the hockey podcast you don’t get any bigger right now. Never mind the endless door of amazing guests but this one was the Stanley’s Cup of big name guests.

When Sidney Crosby went on Spittin’ Chiclets the hockey world took notice. In the pod you will most definitely learn some pretty great things about Crosby. For us, 10 things we learned about Sidney Crosby on the Spittin’ Chiclets Podcast was so epic that you have to continue reading.

If you aren’t familiar of the podcast here’s a little back ground. The podcast is the number one hockey podcast right now. Spittin’ Chiclets is brought to you by Barstool Sports and is sponsored by New Amsterdam Vodka.

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The premise of the podcast is they talk hockey among other things and interview hockey players. They don’t always have NHLers on and that’s awesome because some of the best episodes are ones with guys who play in the minors or KHL.

The podcast is hosted by a number of people. Host of the show include Rear Admiral, Ryan Whitney, Mike Grinnell and Paul Bissonnette.

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Rear Admiral is a Barstool Sports Writer and co-host of Spittin’ Chiclets.

Ryan Whitney is a former NHL hockey player and co-host of the Spittin’ Chiclets Podcast.

Paul Bissonnette is a former NHL Player and is the “Joe Rogan” of the hockey podcast world.

Mike Grinnell is a hockey blogger that covers NCAA and is producer of Spittin’ Chiclets.

That just scratches the surface of the pod but that’s all you probably need to know for now. The main reason you clicked the link was to learn about Sidney Crosby.

The Sidney Crosby interview is the most anticipated podcast episode in the history of hockey podcasts. We want to tell you about what we learned about Crosby.

10 Things We Learned About Sidney Crosby On The Spittin’ Chiclets Podcast

When Crosby was in his rookie year he was 3rd in penalty minutes on the Pittsburgh Penguins. Impressive stat looking back and how he has transformed his career.

Sidney had a hat trick his rookie year in Philadelphia after eating at Maggiano’s and for the next four years “at least” he always ate at Maggiano’s when playing in Philadelphia.

While living with Mario Lemieux, Sidney Crosby had a puppy. One day Sid came home and it smelled like dog shit and he looked around and found Mario cleaning up his dog shit off the floor.

Sidney Crosby was irritated by the comments of P.K. Subban and that he had bad breath. Those comments were made during the Stanley Cup Finals in 2017.

Whitney bet Talbot what Crosby wouldn’t get 50 goals in a single season and Crosby was a little pissed at Whitney for the bet when he found out. Crosby hit the 50 goal mark that year.

Sidney Crosby wears the same jock since he played Midget hockey. What?

Sidney thinks he needs to work on his speed the most. Since the game gets faster and faster he feels that’s an area that needs attention.

Sidney Crosby went to high school in Minnesota at Shattuck – St.Mary’s to play hockey. He played there for 1 year.

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After winning the gold medal in 2010 Sidney Crosby celebrated at the athletes village. He was content to just drink some rum with the other athletes from different sports and countries. Sidney remembers Vancouver being complete mayhem after the “golden goal”.

Sidney Crosby remember the gold medal winning goal in overtime as a goal that 9 times out of 10 he would have taken to the net. He remembers practicing similar shots like the goal in practice as a kid. They would see how fast they could get 10 pucks in the net after a practice. Take note minor hockey coaches.

That was quite the interview and congrats to the Spittin’ Chiclets Podcast for having Sidney Crosby on the pod.

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