The CBC and the NHLPA staged an anonymous poll among players on a variety of subjects. One of the more interest revelations, from a Penguins perspective at least, is the popularity of Dan Byslma among NHL players.
When asked what coach they would most like to play for, Bylsma came in first with 21 percent of the votes. Detroit's Mike Babcock was second with 18 percent.
Not surprisingly, Sidney Crosby was the top vote getter in a variety of categories. Crosby was voted as the toughest to play against, the smartest, best player to start a franchise with, and best role model.
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