Sidney Crosby scores 1st playoff OT winner of his career

Sidney Crosby scored the fastest OT goal in Penguins playoff history and the first of his career in Game 2 against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Goal draws Pens even with Lightning in East final

Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins waves to the crowd after scoring a goal in overtime against Tampa Bay Lightning to win Game 2 of the Eastern Conference final, 3-2. (Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby ended his scoring slump Monday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 2. But it doesn't end there. Not only did the Pittsburgh captain tie the series 1-1, but he scored his first playoff overtime winner in the first 40 seconds of play.


After not being able to score a goal in eight games, Crosby picked a golden moment to shine.



Move over David Beckham, Crosby is coming for you:


Despite the centre's scoring slump, hockey fans know the truth, whether they want to admit it or not:


Penguins fans can breathe now that the series is tied and their captain was finally able to capitalize in a big Game 2 win over the Lightning. 


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