Sidney Crosby has been a center for the Pittsburgh Penguins since his debut in the 2006-06 season. A sure-fire future Hall of Famer, Crosby has been a 3-time Stanley Cup winner, a 2-time recipient of the Hart Memorial Trophy, a 2-time Ross Trophy winner, and a 2-time Conn Smythe winner. Displayed is an eighty-five-dollar full ticket to Crosby's first home game. It was held on October 8, 2005, with the Penguins hosting the Boston Bruins at Mellon Arena. Crosby played 19:16 minutes and notched a goal and two assists. His goal, the first in his NHL career, came at 18:32 of the second period to give Pittsburgh a 6-4 lead. Ultimately, Boston came back to win the game in overtime. The full ticket has been encapsulated and graded PSA NM-MT 8. As of March 2, 2022, Crosby has 502 goals and 873 assists for 1,375 points, and he is still going strong. The ticket makes a great memento for Sidney Crosby's first Pittsburgh Penguin home game and his initial NHL goal.