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Before Robert Griffin III came along, Washington, DC was Alexander Ovechkin’s city. The Capitals left winger was talented and charismatic. He beat defenders and goaltenders with equal abandon, producing as many big hits as big goals. He was fun. He was also very, very good. In his first five seasons, the man fans affectionately call [...]The post Alexander Ovechkin: What the hell happened? appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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The talk of the NHL these days is the fall of the Washington Capitals and Alex Ovechkin in particular. This is a pretty telling table in regards to Ovechkin’s fall in offensive production. Stats are Ovechkin’s 5v5 stats over the past 6 seasons. Season TOI G A Pts Shots Sh% TOI/G TOI/Shot 2012-13 149:14 0 [...]The post The fall of Alex Ovechkin appeared first on HockeyAnalysis.com.
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My Fox 5 put together a video compilation of Robert Griffin III’s best press conference moments from his rookie campaign. And I am sure Redskins fans across the country will be glad that they did.
The above video shows the less serious side of RGIII, and shows his great personality — one of the many...
Robert Griffin III, Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson earned all the votes for the NFL’s Rookie of the Year. Scott Kacsmar digs into the drive stats produced by these record-setting signal callers in 2012.
Well, that didn't take long. A month after seeing his contract not renewed by ESPN for incendiary comments about Redskins QB Robert Griffin III, disgraced sports bogeyman Rob Parker is back.
Don't worry, Rob Parker isn't likely returning to a television anywhere near you anytime soon. (We hope.) No, Parker has signed up with an independent online sports outfit...
Forever linked, Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin are going in different direactions...rapidly. (Clydeorama)
The Washington Capitals are in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to take on the Penguins this evening as they continue to look for a boost in form. The Capitals, having lost two in a row, most recently a 3-2 decision at the hands of the Leafs Tuesday are 2-7-1 on the season for...
Everyone’s favorite Rookie of the Year was a force on the field and a treat off the field in 2012. Robert Griffin III had a very solid season despite falling short in the playoffs and suffering a fairly formidable knee injury. The veritable upside is that the NFL was awarded with a very amiable class [...]The post Funny highlights from RGIII press conferences in 2012 appeared first...
"HEEEEE shoots and scores. Make me a milkshake!" Heard too often. (Video screenshot)
The Washington Capitals were humiliated by the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday night for the second time in less than a week, falling 5-2 at the CONSOL Energy Center. After Mike Ribeiro scored a goal in the first period to give Washington a rare first-intermission lead, the Penguins...
from Scott Burnside of ESPN,
In the Caps' locker room, the players were suitably chastened, as you would expect from a team that is now 2-8-1.
Troy Brouwer suggested the team wasn't mentally prepared to play.
"I agree," offered captain Alex Ovechkin.
"Yeah, no emotions. Nothing."
Before Thursday's game, rookie head coach Adam...
It’s rare for an NFL draft prospect to forego the idea of a pro career and decide to pursue a path in something non-football related. But that’s exactly what Nick Florence plans to do.
The Baylor quarterback announced on Thursday that he plans to finish up graduate school rather than take a shot at playing in the NFL.
“I’ve decided to hang up my cleats and finish my master’s...
I guess the whole apology/clarification thing didn’t work out so well. You remember ESPN First Take guest/host/analyst (although no analysis gets done on that show) Rob Parker, who made the incendiary comments that Robert Griffin III was a “cornball brother” because he has a white fiance and possible Republican tendencies. (Here’s his attractive white fiance)
Parker got canned...