Although Jaromir Jagr has totaled over $25 million more in career earnings than Sidney Crosby, he ended last season playing in the Czech Republic and is 46 years old.
Jagr may return to the NHL, but Crosby gets the nod here.
Crosby has totaled $109,290,244 to date, and he'll make plenty more before he hangs up his skates.
Crosby was the top player selected in 2005.
Known as "Sid the Kid," Crosby has also been called "The Next One."
Crosby has led the Penguins to three Stanley Cup titles.
Crosby has twice won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the league's most valuable player.
He scored a career-high 51 goals in 2009-10.
Crosby is a seven-time NHL All-Star.
Crosby was named to the NHL First All-Star Team four times.