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NHLDid You See That? Sidney Crosby's no-look pass

Posted: Thursday, March 28, 2013 | 08:41 PM

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Pittsburgh Penguins forward Sidney Crosby, left, twists to reach the puck in front of Winnipeg Jets Olli Jokinen in the first period in Pittsburgh, Penn. on Thursday. (Jason Cohn/Reuters). Pittsburgh Penguins forward Sidney Crosby, left, twists to reach the puck in front of Winnipeg Jets Olli Jokinen in the first period in Pittsburgh, Penn. on Thursday. (Jason Cohn/Reuters).

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Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby showed off his sixth sense when he sent a nifty no-look pass to teammate Chris Kunitz, who buried his 20th goal of the year.
Newly acquired Jarome Iginla wasn't on the ice for the Pittsburgh Penguins Thursday night against the Winnipeg Jets, but Sidney Crosby probably could have found him anyway.

With just under five minutes to go in the first period of Pittsburgh's 4-0 win, the Penguins captain showed off his sixth sense again when he sent a nifty no-look pass to teammate Chris Kunitz, who buried his 20th goal of the year. 

Penguins defenceman Paul Martin's point shot missed the net, and deflected off the boards onto Crosby's stick. The 25-year-old pride of Cole Harbour, N.S., while facing the end boards, flipped a backhand feed to Kunitz, who one-timed it past Winnipeg goalie Al Montoya. 

Evgeni Malkin also made his long-awaited return to the Pittsburgh lineup (upper-body injury) and scored on a play that survived a video review

Check out Crosby's slick skills here: 


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Tell us about some of your favourite Crosby moments. How does this one stack up?

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