Alex Ovechkin and the rest of his Capitals teammates had Wednesday off after completing their week-long, four-game western Canada road trip with a 3-1 record.
What did the newly-married, 31-year-old Ovi do with his new-found freedom? He sat in the dark and played Call Of Duty with a friend just out of frame.
The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) teamed up with the Capitals’ Tomas Vokoun and Jeff Halpern a few months ago to shoot a PSA encouraging parents to check ratings when choosing games for their children — what Vokoun calls a “box check.” The ad, which has been playing without sound in Verizon Center bathrooms all season long, has finally made it to YouTube and we have it above. One word of advice for companies looking for a Caps spokesperson: Halpern is a natural!
Below the jump, check out a few behind-the-scenes pics from the ad via ESRB’s Facebook Page.
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