Reward Offered For Crosby's Hockey Equipment Sidney Crosby's hockey stick is a model that retails for about $250, but it's no ordinary stick. He used it in the gold medal Olympic game. He scored the winning goal in overtime as Canada beat the United States. Officials say when they packed up the equipment; they noticed Crosby's stick and glove were missing. Reebok says it already is getting tips in response to an offered $10,000 reward.
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Reward Offered For Crosby's Hockey Equipment

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Reward Offered For Crosby's Hockey Equipment

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Sidney Crosby's hockey stick is a model that retails for about $250, but it's no ordinary stick. He used it in the gold medal Olympic game. He scored the winning goal in overtime as Canada beat the United States. Officials say when they packed up the equipment; they noticed Crosby's stick and glove were missing. Reebok says it already is getting tips in response to an offered $10,000 reward.

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Sidney Crosby's hockey stick is a model that retails for about $250, but it's no ordinary stick. He used it in the gold medal Olympic game. He scored the winning goal in overtime as Canada beat the U.S. Now the stick is missing. Officials say that when they packed up their equipment, they noticed Crosby's stick and glove were gone. They're already getting tips in response to an offered $10,000 reward for information.

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