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For the second time in three years, the Washington Capitals took a short trip up I-95 to play a preseason game in Charm City. This time around, it was the Boston Bruins paying a visit to the hockey-starved city. Baltimore welcomed the Caps with open arms, even chucking a crab on the ice after a Washington goal. Yet again the Capitals found themselves playing more than the mandated 60 minutes, going all the way to their 3rd consecutive shootout, this one going 7 skaters. As was the case last time NHL hockey was played in Baltimore, the Capitals could not send them home with win, falling 3-2 in the shootout.
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In the early hours of Tuesday morning, Maria Kirilenko, 25, who not only has made a name for herself on the professional tennis circuit but as the steady girlfriend of Washington Capitals superstar Alexander Ovechkin, tweeted out an odd collage of photos in order to wish her boyfriend a happy birthday. Ovechkin, who turned 28 […]The post It’s Alexander Ovechkin’s 28th birthday...
Alex Ovechkin has got a keeper in tennis player Maria Kirilenko, especially after her incredible birthday Tweet and card. Check out the very odd card which Maria Tweeted to the world for Alex’ 28th birthday. ‘A’ for effort? Happy Birthday my baby boy!!! Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Calling the conditions “kind of dangerous” and “kind of scary” Alex Ovechkin was able to get through his 28th birthday without sustaining an injury in the Caps’ 3-2 shootout loss to the Boston Bruins Tuesday night at 1st Mariner Arena.
With 4 minutes to play in the second period Ovechkin crashed into the boards dislodging the plexiglass. The pane of glass narrowly missed...
During Tuesday’s Baltimore Ice Classic exhibition game between the Washington Capitals and Boston Bruins at Baltimore Arena, conveniently played in Baltimore (both for the name of arena and name of event), a wiseheimer fan knowledgeable of the culinary traditions of the fair city tossed a crab onto the ice during play. No reason to get […]The post Crab thrown on ice during Capitals...
Baltimore Arena (formerly 1st Mariner Arena) has been home to some memorable sporting events in it’s 51 year history including some memorable home games from the American Hockey League’s Baltimore Skipjacks who did battle with the Hershey Bears back in the 80′s (and still do today as the Wilkes Barre-Scranton Penguins) but few moments will rival what Alex Ovechkin did during...
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Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals is the #3 forward points-only hockey pool pick. He is a Russian born right winger who is 27 years old. Ovechkin makes the most money in the whole NHL with an average yearly salary of $9,538,461. Last season he earned his pay check, scoring the most goals in the league. He also puts up a good amount of assists. He is big and physical unlike most