With 65 points in 58 games, Crosby is scoring at a clip of 1.12 ppg. With 23 games remaining in the Pens' season, he's looking at another 26 points, which would give him 91 for the year (39G, 52A).
To put this in some perspective, here are how some other top-name players did in their rookie seasons...
Ilya Kovalchuk debuted as an 18-year old in 2001-02. In 65 games, he scored 51 points (29G, 22A). At 19 the following season, he played in 81 games and scored 67 points (38G, 29A).
Rick Nash played in 74 games as an 18-year old in 2002-03. He scored 39 points (17G, 22A). The following season, he played in 80 games, scoring 57 points (41G, 16A).
Vinny LeCavalier played 82 games as an 18-year old rookie in 1998-99. He scored 28 points (13G, 15A). The following season, he played 80 games, scoring 67 points (25G, 42A).
Joe Thornton played in 55 games as an 18-year old in 1997-98. He had 7 points (3G, 4A). In 81 games the next year, he had 41 points (16G, 25A).
Alexandre Daigle debuted as an 18-year old with Ottawa in 1993-94. He scored 51 points (20G, 31A) in 84 games.
Eric Lindros debuted as a 19-year old in 1992=93. He scored 75 points (41G, 34A) in 61 games.
And as we all know...Mario Lemieux had 100 points in his rookie season as an 18-year old. He scored 43 goals and 57 assists in 73 games.