After scoring his first NHL point on Thursday, Julien Brouillette followed that up with first NHL goal Saturday, the game-winner. In the locker room, Brouillette took photos with the milestone puck and then got pied. Because that’s what the Caps do.
Big night for 19-year-old Illinoisan Connor Carrick. Playing in just his second NHL game, Carrick scored his first goal in the big league, a nifty breakaway tally on Calgary goalie Karri Ramo. Carrick’s goal started a big comeback for the Caps, who barely eked out a win in their home opener. For his achievement, Carrick received a commemorative puck and a shaving-cream pie to his dome courtesy of his captain, Alex Ovechkin.
Erskine and Semin congratulate the ginger after his milestone goal. (Photo credit: Gregg Forwerck)
Here's video of Eakin's milestone marker made possible by a sweet Alex Semin cross-ice pass.
When I was twenty, I was a college senior. A few months from getting my Visual Arts degree from UMBC, I had a 1998 Toyota Camry, and I got paid $7.50 an hour to work for the school’s newspaper.
At twenty-years-old Cody Eakin is in the NHL. He plays on the league’s best team. With his entry-level contract, he makes almost $1 million a year. And tonight, November 4th, 2011, he notched his first NHL point and his first NHL goal against the Carolina Hurricanes.
On September 17, 2011, In News, Photos, By Chris Gordon
Photo credit: Chris Gordon
Alex Ovechkin will surely be getting a lot of presents on Saturday, his 26th birthday. Still, his teammates Brooks Laich and Nicklas Backstrom decided to give him a special gift by pie-ing him in the face not once but twice. I was on the scene with my camera and you can check out the frame-by-frame below.