"I think today with cameras and mics and everything is picked up so much more maybe, I think that's a big difference," said Crosby, who has been involved with the NHL Players Association throughout his career. "But, yeah, I think everyone's aware of kind of what the line is and crossing the line and that kind of thing. At the end of the day, things are going to be said that guys regret. It's emotional, and we've all been there. We've said stuff that we probably shouldn't have. It's the heat of the moment, and most of the time, you know, you catch yourself right away, but it does happen out there."