Sidney Crosby scores winner, breaks stick on shot

Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sport

Sidney Crosby scored the 250th goal of his career on Friday night. It was not only the game winner, it also snapped his stick.

After allowing a two-goal lead to slip away on Friday night the Pittsburgh Penguins needed a game-winning goal from Sidney Crosby in the final two minutes to escape with a 4-3 win over the New York Islanders.

Crosby not only scored the 250th goal of his career on the play, he also snapped his stick.

Crosby also added an assist in the win, giving him a league-leading 30 points on the season.

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