The star of the NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins grew up in this house before leaving to develop his hockey skills at Shattuck-Saint Mary's School in Minnesota at age 15. As a child in the basement of this house, Sidney would shoot pucks at a (now badly damaged) clothes dryer.
His parents and younger sister still live here. In this scene, a Penguins flag flies from the front of the house.
During the offseason, Sidney lives in his nearby summer home on the western shore of Grand Lake in Enfield.
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