The best moment of the NHL Top 100 Ceremony didn’t actually happen on stage. It happened in the crowd.
During Jon Hamm’s opening segment, the former Mad Men actor flubbed Alex Ovechkin’s name and called him Sergei. Later in the show, Hamm went out into the crowd and apologized, attempting to play off the mistake.
That was okay, I guess. But then the camera panned to the right and Mikhail Ovechkin came into the frame. Everything immediately got better.
Wednesday, the NHL went into overdrive to promote the 2017 All-Star Game. This year’s three-on-three tournament is being held in Los Angeles, California. So the NBC, the NHL, and the NHL’s 30 franchises released pun-filled movie posters to promote their #HockeyGoesHollywood campaign.
Braden Holtby “starred” in Beauty and the HoltBeast. Meanwhile Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin stated “if they freeze it, we will skate” in Rink of Dreams.
The Washington Capitals scored another touchdown Monday night, and I’m running out of positive adjectives to describe this team.
After falling behind 1-0, the Caps scored six unanswered goals because I guess they just felt like it.
Tonight marks the sixth time the Caps have scored six or more goals in their last 13 games.
No, the Washington Capitals were not done being ridiculous after Lars Johansson’s postgame dance. Not even a little.
Kenichi Ohashi, the father of Hockey Operations Analyst Tim Ohashi, promised the team to do 100 pushups if they could beat the Dallas Stars.
Whelp, they totally did and the below video was their gift.
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