Hey, it’s Monday.
Thanks to Stephanie C. for sharing! And thanks to Caitie H., who created this masterpiece.
Um, hmm… yeah. Between the awkward hand movements and the shirt over the head, I think he should stick to hockey.
GO OVI GO!!
Mary, I wish Ovie would stick to hockey, and spend more time practicing and improving his game instead of staying out late partying and living high at the local night clubs. He needs to remember this is DC during the NHL season, not Moscow vacation time.
I’d like to point out that there’s Avril Lavigne music in this video, and I didn’t have to look that up.
this is from summer a couple years ago, isn’t it? always great to see the hockey boys having a good time. 🙂
Barb, a lot of the footage is from a few weeks ago.
Dang, Avril Lavigne? This video MUST be a few years old…
The song in the beginning is called “Cheers (Drink To That)” by Rihanna (on her new album that dropped last week), and Avril Lavigne does the backing vocals. This Ovi dancing video was published today by one of our readers @caitiecake.
Oh then everything is equally cheery. In the clubs… I see.
Peter H. is right. Most of these clips are from Summer of 2009. I believe it was June of that year. They had a party to honor Ovy in Moscow and Semin was there, wearing his “La Putra Madre” tee shirt.
thanks capsfans1975 — i thought i recognized the “whoreson” teeshirt. 🙂
I saw the title of the blog post and was REALLY REALLY hoping it was about this video instead.
Alas, it was not.
ROFL at Sean’s video link. Thanks for providing some much-needed laughs. It’s become very very serious in Capitals Nation lately.
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