Sidney Crosby was in a bad mood as he left the game, smashing his stick against the wall after taking a slash on the glove from none other than Alex Ovechkin.
Alex Ovechkin cracked Sidney Crosby in the wrist while going for a puck halfway through the third period.Crosby exited the ice and headed to the
Ovechkin scored 50 goals and captained the Capitals to the Presidents' Trophy.
Alex Ovechkin is frequently recognized for his on-ice exploits, but it's his off-ice work that has made him a finalist for the Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award.
Through the first three games of the much-anticipated second-round playoff series between the Capitals and Penguins, Sidney Crosby has been nearly invisible, while Alex Ovechkin
PITTSBURGH -- Maybe the Capitals know something the rest of us don’t. Maybe they believe they have the Pittsburgh Penguins right where they want them
For the first time since 2009, the NHL’s biggest stars — Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin — will meet in a postseason series. The Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins open their second-round series on Thursday night in what many feel is a de facto conference championship, as these teams finished 1-2 in the East but because of the NHL’s asinine playoff system, this is...
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals are going to face off in Round 2 of the NHL Playoffs, which will set the stage of reigniting the longtime rivalry between Sidney Crosby and Alexander Ovechkin. While the rivalry has lost steam in recent years, both Crosby and Ovechkin are still elite players. Crosby led the Penguins in scoring this season with 36 goals and 85 points...
As good as he is, somehow the Philadelphia Flyers appear to struggle keeping track of where Alex Ovechkin is on the ice. In Game 3 of their first-round Stanley Cup Playoff matchup, the Flyers picked a horrible time to once again lose track of Ovechkin. Here is the situation: The Flyers scored an emotionally-charged goal in the first minute of the game following a pregame ceremony...
Embed from Getty Images Alex Ovechkin scored two goals and added a assist, becoming the Capitals’ all-time leading scorer in the playoffs. Ovechkin surpassed Capitals’ legend Dale Hunter for first place on the team’s scoring list after assisting on a John Carlson third period goal. With his assist in the third period, Alex Ovechkin passed Dale Hunter (72) for first place...
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