It hasn't been the start to the season NHL superstar Sidney Crosby was hoping for. 

After finally coming back from an offseason injury, Crosby only played one game before heading into COVID protocol. 

Last night as the Pittsburgh Penguins played one of their biggest rivals, the Washington Capitals, Crosby played in his first game since coming out of the protocol. 

With the Capitals pretty much dominating the Penguins from start to finish, frustration boiled over for Crosby as he got caught in a dirty play. 

After playing dirty all period, Crosby went a bit too far when he decided to throw Capitals' rookie defenseman Martin Fehervary into the boards. 

The play could have seriously hurt Fehervary, luckily nothing serious happened. 

Crosby wasn't called for a penalty on this specific play but later got called for a two minute cross checking penalty. 

Check out the play below, should Crosby be suspended for this?