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Alexander the Great is Finally a Champion

There are two tiers for elite, superstar athletes. Tier 1: Great player with a championship on their résumé. Tier 2: Great player with no championships on their résumé. For the first 12 years of his career, Alexander Ovechkin was a Tier 2 player. Now, in his 13th season, Ovechkin enters Tier 1 as the Washington Capitals won the first Stanley… Read More
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A Chance at Redemption for Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals

If at first you don’t succeed, chai and chai again. If you aren’t a drinker of chai tea or iced dirty chai’s, you likely won’t appreciate that pun, so instead, change chai into try. That is exactly what the Washington Capitals have done thus far in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Washington seemed to have been cursed in the postseason, especially… Read More
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The most important game in the Ovechkin era

Do or die. Win or go home. Ovechkin versus Crosby. Capitals versus Penguins. The two best words in all of sports: Game 7. On Wednesday night, the Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins will square off in a Game 7 to determine who advances to the Eastern Conference Finals. For the Caps, this is the most important game in the Alexander… Read More
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Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins are Stanley Cup champions

For the first time in seven years, the Pittsburgh Penguins are Stanley Cup champions. Pittsburgh had a fantastic run from the middle of the season to the final horn of the Stanley Cup Final and defeated the San Jose Sharks in six games. This is the fourth Stanley Cup in Penguins’ franchise history. Sidney Crosby was awarded the Conn Smythe… Read More