What NHL players would do at museums: an incredibly niche meme.
A handy reference guide: Row 1: Zdeno Chara, Sidney Crosby, Dougie Hamilton Row 2: Tyson Barrie, Johnny Gaudreau, Marc-Andre Fleury Row 3: John Tavares, Colton Parayko, Carey Price Row 4: Andre Burakovsky, PK Subban, Mitch Marner Row 5: Tyler Seguin, David Backes Row 6: Taylor Hall, Auston Matthews Row 7: oh come on you definitely know who this is
But with all the accolades and accomplishments the two are still missing something – a catchy nickname.
“That’s for you guys to decide,” Crosby said. “I’ve never made a nickname for myself. I’m not going to start now. I’m sure whatever they come up with is fine.”
The team’s broadcast tandem of Paul Steigerwald, play-by-play, and Bob Errey, color analyst, coined the term “two-headed monster,” a polycephalic reference straight from the pages of Homer. Malkin gave the moniker his approval.
“I like it,” Malkin said with a grin. “It’s good.” »»
In case you needed your heart squished further,
Benard Azegere, captain of the Kenya Ice Lions, who said “I can’t hold back my tears,” at the sight of “Sidney. Seeing my favorite player coming through the door, wearing our jersey, I feel like I was in heaven…”
…has, what looks to be “To B, [great] to meet you! Your friend, SC87″ autographed over his heart.