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Pilot 'mistakes' crying baby for Sidney Crosby

The truth is, we don't where Sidney Crosby was crying his eyes out after the 6-1 game two loss.

Pilot 'mistakes' crying baby for Sidney Crosby

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Poor guy. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
Poor guy. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

It's been a pitiful series for the Penguins thus far in the third round of the NHL playoffs.

The Bruins kicked the doors of the Consol Energy Arena in and promptly stomped Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, and the gang to the tune of a 9-1 outscoring over the course of two games.

Now, the series heads to Boston, where it's presumed the team with all the momentum may just benefit from a home crowd.

As the Boston media sat in their plane from Pittsburgh last night awaiting takeoff, a baby began crying close to the back of the plane, leading to one of the pilots asking a fairly legitimate question.

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Baby crying in back of Jet Blue flight packed w/Boston media. Pilot just got on intercom and asked if "Sidney Crosby was in the back crying"

— Joe Haggerty (@HackswithHaggs) June 4, 2013

Now, that's not really fair.

The truth is, we don't know where Sidney Crosby was crying his eyes out after the 6-1 game two loss. 

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