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Crosby's juggling midair goal against Price is a sight to behold

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Crosby's incredible tally

MTL@PIT: Crosby juggles puck, bats in amazing goal

Sidney Crosby knocks the puck to himself in midair, then bats it on the backhand past Carey Price for an unbelievable goal to tie the game at 3

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Juggling, baseball, hockey; Sidney Crosby can do it all.

The Pittsburgh Penguins captain used some incredible hand-eye coordination to beat Carey Price during the second period of their game against the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday.

Crosby somehow fielded a bounce pass from linemate Jake Guentzel, then flipped the puck to himself and backhanded it out of midair past Price to tie the game 3-3.

We've seen Crosby's midair prowess plenty of times and he's even proven to be pretty good with a baseball bat, as evidenced by his home run at Pittsburgh Pirates batting practice in 2010, but his wizardry on the ice never gets old.

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