The Washington Capitals have won the 2018 Stanley Cup, defeating the Vegas Golden Knights in the Stanley Cup Final with a 4-3 victory in Game 5 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Thursday night.
Dennis Maruk won’t be painting his face to feature the Washington Capitals logo, but the franchise’s first 60-goal scorer will be wearing his heart on his sleeve for the Stanley Cup Final.
A man on a mission, Alex Ovechkin helped send the Washington Capitals to their second Stanley Cup Final, and first in his 13-season tenure, with an early goal that stood as the game-winner in a 4-0 blanking of the Tampa Bay Lightning Wednesday night.
Who are the big shots (on the teams still competing for hockey’s top team trophy) when it comes to taking the most shots in this year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs?
Alex Ovechkin helped the Washington Capitals start their Eastern Conference Final on the right foot with a goal and an assist in a 4-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning Friday night.
The milestones just keep coming for Alex Ovechkin, who skates in his 1,000th NHL game April 1 – and shows no signs of slowing down as he looks to capture his seventh Rocket Richard Trophy.
When it comes to loading up and letting it fly, these five stars crank it up and fire away more than any other players in the league.
Everyone around Alex Ovechkin had a hunch this was his night.
It was a frenzied first week of goal scoring as the puck dropped on the 2017-18 NHL season, but one pair of hat tricks stood out among them all.
Alex Ovechkin is continuing his great work as an ambassador with the American Special Hockey Association by offering up a pair of his autographed of one-of-a-kind skates.
Alex Ovechkin’s 1,000th NHL point solidifies him as the first Washington Capital to achieve the feat, and the 37th player in NHL history to record the total with one franchise.
Young Cash “Niebvechkin” got to meet his hockey hero after creating a video thanking him for gifting him with one of his sticks in Edmonton.
Will Alex Ovechkin go forth and win his fourth Ted Lindsay Award? His teammates are certainly in his corner.
Jamie Benn, Alex Ovechkin & Carey Price voted by their fellow NHLPA members as finalists for the 2014-15 Ted Lindsay Award as the “Most Outstanding Player” of the year
Troy Brouwer and Michael Latta give insight into what the hockey world should know about Alex Ovechkin
As they get set to face-off at Nationals Park in Washington for the 2015 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic, Patrick Kane and Alex Ovechkin give us a sense of how the Players are feeling heading into the showcase game on New Year's Day.
Alex Ovechkin and Evander Kane are among the Players that took part in Kraft Hockeyville 2013 in Stirling-Rawdon and Belleville, ON.
Crosby, Ovechkin & St. Louis voted by fellow members of the NHLPA as finalists for the “Most Outstanding Player” award
Perry, D. Sedin, & Stamkos voted by fellow members of the National Hockey League Players' Association as finalists for the "Most Outstanding Player Award". All three players nominated for the first time
The NHLPA will announce the three finalists for the 2010-11 Ted Lindsay Award on Thursday, May 5, 2011