It may not seem like a big deal to go two games without a point, but for Crosby it is a big deal.
Sidney Crosby's point "drought" ends at two games. It's been five years since he let one go longer than that.— Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) November 25, 2014
The last time Crosby went two or more games without a point was a five-game scoreless streak that stretched from Oct. 31-Nov. 10, 2009. Sure, he's had some stretches missing time with injuries, but that's still over five years ago. We should all have such droughts in life.
Making things even better for Sid the Kid -- the goal was pretty nifty, too.