Canucks and Beyond
Entries with the tag: alex ovechkin
To quote the friend who sent me the Yahoo! Sports/NHL mailer down below, “Looks like Yahoo Sports is doing a different kind of “fantasy hockey” this season!”
Seriously. Judge for yourself:
...and the NHL Network Online is happy to help him out. The video below is from a Russian broadcast picked up by the NHL Network, where AO talks about his quest for women. The narrator remarks that Ovechkin “dreams about meeting a sincere and selfless Russian soul” and in AO’s own words:
“Show me just one such girl and I’d fall on my knees and say, ‘You are my temple of poetry’.”
Sure, it sounds romantic, however a warning might be appropriate here: being a “temple of poetry” apparently requires at least 5 children “but no more than 10.”
So, if you or someone you know is ready to be a very fertile temple, please apply within.
A brief selection of odd news that has almost nothing to do with nation of Sweden.
Something that’s good for NHL exposure—and happens far too seldom for this sport—is crossover appeal into different media. But playoff time is certainly different, as is Alex Ovechkin in particular, who seems to be a favorite of almost everyone.
So, from completely opposite ends of the media spectrum, here’s a Monday morning overdose of AO…