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Happy 30th, kid! Penguins' Sidney Crosby spends birthday weekend with Stanley Cup

Matt Rosenberg
| Monday, Aug. 7, 2017, 8:06 a.m.
Twitter | @keeperofthecup
Twitter | @keeperofthecup

They grow up so fast.

Sidney Crosby — who is moving further and further from the "Sid the Kid" moniker — turned 30 Monday, and he celebrated the milestone birthday with a weekend celebration with one of his best friends: the Stanley Cup.

Crosby paraded the Cup around his home province of Nova Scotia over the weekend, visiting a children's hospital, a veterans' hospital and showing off on the docks outside his house.

It's the third time Crosby has been fortunate enough to bring the Cup home.

Crosby and the Cup will be the grand marshal(s) at the Natal Day parade that goes through Halifax and Dartmouth this afternoon.

Take a look at some of the scenes from his weekend with the Cup. Feel free to share you favorite Sidney Crosby moments in the comments below.

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