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Alex Ovechkin Scores 500th Goal

Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin scored his 500th career goal on Sunday night, becoming the 43rd player in NHL history to hit the mark. The Great Eight became the first player to hit the milestone since Jarome Iginla accomplished the feat in January of 2012. “It is a special moment,” Ovechkin said. “It is nice […]

Habs Force Game Seven

With the first round winding down and teams like Vancouver, Boston and Chicago advancing recently, the Montreal Canadiens are proving to be a handful for the Washington Capitals. In a thrilling contest, Jaroslav Halak and the Habs took on the Capitals and defeated them by a final score of 4-1 to force a seventh game. […]

The End of HC Moscow Dynamo?

HC Dynamo Moscow isn’t the first KHL team to fold up this season, but it is the most significant. For fans, news that the Moscow team in the Bobrov Division in the Kontinental Hockey League is merging with HC MVD is heartbreaking. “In Russia, they’re probably the same as Montreal – it’s a historic team, […]

Verbal Sparring Sets Tone for Game Three in Montreal

With the series between the Washington Capitals and the Montreal Canadiens moving to the Bell Centre on Monday night, things are heating up just at the right time. The crowd at the Bell Centre is expected to be raucous, to say the least, and the verbal sparring underway off the ice should give the environment […]

Sedin Wins Scoring Trophy

Henrik Sedin has become the first Vancouver Canuck to take home the Art Ross trophy. Sedin dropped in a four-point game against the Calgary Flames on Saturday night, taking on a lacklustre team with nothing to play for and putting on a clinic that included several highlight reel plays and assists. When the dust settled […]

Alex Ovechkin Tossed Again: Assessing a “Dirty” Player

Alex Ovechkin continues to define himself as a player that skates right on the edge of sanity. This time he was tossed out of the game for shoving Chicago Blackhawks defenceman Brian Campbell from behind into the boards. Ovie was assessed a match penalty and a boarding major for the senseless move. “I didn’t hit […]

Russians Want NHL Participation at Sochi

When the Olympics hits Sochi in Russian for 2014, NHL’s Russians want the NHL to participate. While NHLers are currently streaming into Vancouver to take part in the 2010 Olympic Games, the Russians of the National Hockey League are already voicing their commitment to the Olympics in Sochi and don’t seem prepared to take “no” […]

Donald S. Cherry on “Running Up the Score”

We probably shouldn’t be all that surprised that Don Cherry would spend time on his intermission break show on CBC to chastise someone for beating up on the Toronto Maple Leafs. We probably also shouldn’t be surprised that he went after the Washington Capitals and Bruce Boudreau for “running up the score” against his beloved […]

Ovie Suspended Two Games

Washington’s Alex Ovechkin was suspended for two games on Tuesday following a knee-on-knee hit during Monday’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes. The hit was to Tim Gleason of the Hurricanes and it managed to take out both players, with Ovie getting the worst of it. The Capitals announced that Ovechkin was day-to-day following the hit, […]

Ovechkin to Return Tuesday

After missing six games with an upper body injury, two-time MVP Alex Ovechkin looks to be set to return to the Washington Capitals lineup on Tuesday when the team laces skates against the New York Rangers in Madison Square Garden. “I feel pretty good, excited and ready to get in,” Ovechkin said. Ovechkin skated in […]

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