Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby resides in Sewickley, Pa., a small borough 11 miles northwest of the Steel City. The town of nearly 4,000 rests along the Ohio River.
Teammate Evgeni Malkin also calls this quiet community home. It is believed that hall-of-famer, current team owner and resident Mario Lemieux lured the two to the tree-lined community. Crosby was drafted by the team in 2005 and made history two years later when he became the youngest player in NHL history to be named team captain. Crosby led the franchise to the 2009 Stanley Cup title and Canada to the gold medal in the 2010 Winter Olympics and remains one of the brightest stars in the NHL.