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.
Evgeny Kuznetsov will be living with Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin during his initial stay in America, and while he’s been really appreciative of Ovi’s kindness, he’s seemed lukewarm about being taken care of by his teammate.
Earlier in the week while still in Russia, Kuzya told Sovetsky Sport’s Pavel Lysenkov about his living arrangements, “It’s a bit awkward. Ovechkin is a grown-up, he has a future spouse. Why bother them? But at first I will stay with Sasha. He’ll explain everything, help me out.”
Well, judging by Ovi and Kuzya’s first day together, they are long-lost brothers. Maria Kirilenko now has two children to babysit.
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