Pittsburgh Penguins’ captain Sidney Crosby is one of the greatest players to ever play the game, and he shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

The three time Stanley Cup champion has 382 goals and 1,027 points in just 782 career games, on top of the 164 points he has in 148 career playoff games and those numbers are just going to increase every single year.

A lot of players who work as hard as Crosby do during a season like to take the summer off to recuperate and relax in preparation for the next season, but not Sid the Kid. As Crosby’s teammates continue to celebrate the championship, and opponents take vacation time, Crosby is back on the ice and doing media availability.

Crosby is back in Nova Scotia for his annual hockey school, and the Penguins have been posting some of the best moments from the camp on social media.

This one moment stood out us, when a young player picked Crosby to play on his team during the scrimmage. The young man makes the pick, and instantly shows an extreme confidence in his team.

 See more highlights from the Crosby school below:

Learning how to play hockey from one of the games all-time great players has to be an extremely cool experience for these kids… and it helps you win a game when that player is picked to your team during a scrimmage.


(H/T @Penguins)