After a couple years of uncertainty, Sidney Crosby has once again reached the peak of the NHL scoring charts. Healthy and perhaps on better shape than ever before, Crosby currently leads the NHL with 34 points in 23 games played. Sitting 2 points ahead of Tampa Bay sniper, Steven Stamkos, the Pittsburgh Penguins’ captain is only getting back in gear it seems. Having always managed to be a point-per-game player, or better, Sid the Kid is airing on the side of better this time around as he is averaging 1.57 points per game so far, good for nearly 130 points in a regular 82 game season, and currently pacing him for 75 points in 48 games and potentially another scoring title. Having regained his form, Crosby has been leading the Penguins on all fronts as they sit 1st in the Atlantic division, tied for 2nd overall in the Eastern Conference and but 2 points out of first place.