Marc-Andre Fleury disguises as Sidney Crosby in new CCM commercial |

Marc-Andre Fleury disguises as Sidney Crosby in new CCM commercial

Vegas Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury (29) looks on during the third period of an NHL hockey game against the Buffalo Sabres, Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, in Buffalo N.Y. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes)
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The Penguins’ Sidney Crosby to the face off circle against the Capitals in the first period Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018 at PPG Paints Arena.

That Marc-Andre Fleury, he’s a sneaky one.

In a CCM Hockey commercial posted Monday, the former Pittsburgh Penguins, now Vegas Golden Knights, goalie disguises himself as Pens captain Sidney Crosby. Fleury, while dressed as Crosby, is seen entering a Penguins facility and makes his way into a locker room, where he steals all of Crosby’s sticks.

Fleury throws the sticks in the back of a van then unmasks to reveal his true identity.

Morals of the story: 1. If Crosby doesn’t have a stick, he can’t score; 2. Marc-Andre really should have been cast in Ocean’s Eleven or one of the Ocean’s Trilogy films.


Zach Brendza is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Zach at 724-850-1288, [email protected] or via Twitter @imxzb.

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