Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 04/12/08 at 08:54 AM ET
from the Washington Times,
This was playoff hockey, something Washington hasn’t seen since 2003, and perhaps no one has seen anything quite like this before in Washington, which has seemed to transform like never before, into — yes, a version of Hockeytown.
“It’s hard to get wilder than it has been the three previous [home games],” Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau said. “But I had to grab the guys and tell them they were up because they couldn’t hear me.”
Veteran great Sergei Fedorov, who has been part of Hockeytown with the Detroit Red Wings, said the crowd support was incredible.
“I had a broken stick and I couldn’t hear it break because it was so loud,” Fedorov said.
In case you missed Ovechkin’s game winner, watch it now…
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