This is adorable. This young Penguins fan got to see his favorite team win the Stanley Cup Final on Sunday. To make thing even better, he got his T-shirt signed by none other than Sidney Crosby. And to top it off, he got a chance to be on local television to express how marvelous the moment must be for him. He might have been too thrilled because he started crying as soon as he began to capture everything that had gone down. Cry your heart out kid, this is an incredible feeling. He has the best reaction to being asked why he’s crying too: Kid: I got my t-shirt signed by Sidney Crosby Reporter: Why are you crying? Kid: ‘Cause it’s the best day of… Next »
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