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Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin was not happy when the new NHL uniform rules were announced. It meant he could no longer tuck in his jersey, or roll up his sleeves so that his elbow pads were showing. It would appear though that Ovechkin and Bauer have found a way for the superstar to keep one habit of his going. If you look closely, his elbow pads have been customized to fit the same color scheme as the Capitals jersey and it’s striping. No one has seem to have caught onto this yet, because Ovechkin would be warned once, and then given a two-minute delay of game if he didn’t fix it. Personally, I think the NHL should just let players wear what they want to wear instead of trying to keep logos covered up of companies that don’t have contracts with the league. [SB Nation]
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After three explosive games by the Washington Capitals’ captain, Alexander Ovechkin, the NHL finally recognized him as the NHL’s “First Star” of the week. Ovechkin jumped out on to the league lead in goals with 4 along with points where he racked up 6 in the first 3 games. He also leads the NHL in total shots on goal with 24 so far.
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This natural and not-at-all embarrassing physical process happened to Washington Capitals winger Joel Ward at the Omni Hotel in Dallas. Ward was having breakfast with his teammates, and left to find a stall. But the stall wouldn't let him out. The lock...
The highest point in Joel Ward‘s career came when he scored a Game 7 overtime goal to upset the Boston Bruins in the first round of the 2012 playoffs.
The lowest point came this morning when he locked himself in a bathroom stall.
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Alex Ovechkin scored two goals and one in the shootout as the Caps came back to defeat the Calgary Flames 5-4 (courtesy of CSN Washington)
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