11:53 AM EDT, Sun May 03, 2015
New York Post 12 hours ago

Alex Ovechkin’s circus goal was almost too good for words

The Rangers had three of their best defensive players in position. It was 1-on-2 with Henrik Lundqvist waiting in net. It didn’t matter. Alex Ovechkin scored anyway, a goal no...
CSN Washington 17 hours ago

Lundqvist on Ovechkin: 'He definitely surprised me'

Rangers netminder Henrik Lundqvist knew Alex Ovechkin was an elite talent, but even he was surprised by Ovechkin's kneeling goal.
Washington Post 17 hours ago

Caps Insider: Even after his ‘sick’ goal, Alex Ovechkin no longer surprises

NEW YORK—Alex Ovechkin scored a league-leading 53 regular-season goals, so his Capitals teammates have long passed the point of surprise when he makes a dazzling play or shoots a laser into the net. But even by those standards, his goal in the second period Saturday was special.Read full article >>
Washington Post 19 hours ago

DC Sports Bog: Watch Alex Ovechkin’s incredible goal against the Rangers

The Capitals lost Game 2 of their second-round series against the Rangers, 3-2, on Saturday, but Alex Ovechkin drove another stake in the “Ovechkin Doesn’t Perform in the Playoffs” narrative with one of the more ridiculous goals of his career.Read full article >>
CSN Washington 20 hours ago

Ovechkin beats Lundqvist with highlight reel goal

Alex Ovechkin added another beauty to his already long highlight reel with his phenomenal goal in the third period of Game 2.
New York Daily News May 1, 2015
Alex Ovechkin laughs off coach's Mark Messier comparison

Alex Ovechkin laughs off coach's Mark Messier comparison

Instead of adding fuel to a fire, Alex Ovechkin laughingly tried to put one out.
Washington Post May 1, 2015

Alex Ovechkin has become a two-way force

NEW YORK — Inside the visiting dressing room at Madison Square Garden, amid the swirling mix of elation and relief late Thursday night, the Washington Capitals clamored for the presidential address. “Speech,” they yelled. “Wait for this one, boys. This is going to be a good one.” Up rose their captain, tipping the black stovetop pipe hat awarded after wins and slipping the fuzzy beard around his chin. He pointed around the room and began to speak.Read full article >>
Washington Post May 1, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Alex Ovechkin to Henrik Lundqvist: ‘All series, baby. All series.’

When the Capitals-Rangers series heads to Verizon Center for Game 3, fans may taunt Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist with haunting chants of LUND-QVIST, LUND-QVIST, LUND-QVIST. Those chants probably won’t be any more effective than the chirping Alex Ovechkin did after silencing the Madison Square Garden crowd with a beauty of a first-period goal in Thursday’s stunning 2-1 win.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 1, 2015

How a long chat in Vegas changed Ovechkin

Ironically, Barry Trotz says the transformation of Alex Ovechkin began in Sin City.
New York Post May 1, 2015

Insult to injury: Alex Ovechkin draws Mark Messier comparison

Alex Ovechkin’s end-to-end performance, from his scintillating goal to his game-winning assist and responsible own-zone play, sunk the Rangers Thursday night. It also drew effusive praise from his coach. “He’s...
CSN Washington Apr 30, 2015

Trotz compares Ovechkin to Rangers great

One day after being nominated for the Hart Trophy, Alex Ovechkin was compared to a New York Rangers great by his head coach Barry Trotz.
New York Post Apr 30, 2015

Rangers’ McDonagh reveals way to stop Ovechkin’s go-to move

Here’s the thing about the Rangers shutting down the Capitals’ potent one-two punch of Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom: They’ve already done this. “Sometimes it comes down to their top...
CSN Washington Apr 29, 2015

Ovechkin among three finalists for big NHL award

Capitals star Alex Ovechkin has been nominated for the NHL's Hart Trophy for the fourth time in his career, the league announced on Wednesday night.
Washington Post Apr 29, 2015

Caps Insider: Alex Ovechkin voted Hart Trophy finalist for the fifth time

For the fifth time in his career, forward Alex Ovechkin will finish among the top three in voting for the Hart Trophy, the NHL’s most valuable player award selected by reporters in the Pro Hockey Writers Association, announced Wednesday night as a finalist for the 2014-15 season. The news arrived soon after Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals arrived in New York City, where they will begin their Eastern Conference semifinals series against the New York Rangers.Read full article >>

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