Tag:Alexander Ovechkin
Posted on: June 19, 2009 11:03 am
Edited on: June 19, 2009 11:04 am

The U.S. Open continues and Ovechkin wins again

Back Open

The rain has gone away -- for the time being, at least -- allowing Rd. 1 of the U.S. Open to resume play after Thursday's deluge. Tiger? He begins Friday with a bogey on No. 7. | LIVE! Leaderboard | Elling: Marathon

Tickets | Freeman: Paddy | Michaux: No LCP | More | Yo!

Guardian Angel

Trials, tribulations and tragedy: Mike Scioscia has dealt with them all. But it is his unwavering leadership -- especially after Nick Adenhart's tragic death -- that makes him the Angels' backbone, Scott Miller says. Story

B/R: Scioscia a Godsend to Angels | What do you think?

Double take

Is there any doubt who the best player in the NHL is? Not anymore. For the second straight year, Capitals star Alexander Ovechkin earns
the Hart Trophy given to the league's Most Valuable Player. Full story

Goldstein: Hart | Norris | Calder | Vezina | Lady Byng | Selke | Talk!

Posted on: May 5, 2009 10:23 am

Lakers drop Game 1 and Ovechkin lifts Capitals

The rust of the story

Remain calm. All is well. The Lakers sleepwalk through Game 1 and lose to the Rockets 100-92, but they're not fretting. In fact, they seem to relish this challenge after coasting for six months, Ramona Shelburne says.

Related Links: Series: Houston 1, Los Angeles 0 | Hey!

Cap trick

The Alexander Ovechkin-Sidney Crosby duel is not disappointing. Both stars tally hat tricks in Game 2, but it is Ovechkin's Capitals who prevail 4-3. Crosby does his part, but he needs help, Wes Goldstein says.

Related Links: Series: Capitals 2, Penguins 0 | Expert Picks | Speak!

On point

Orlando nearly blows a 28-point lead to Boston but the Magic hold off the Celtics 95-90 in Game 1 of their series. The key to advancing rests on the decision making of Rafer Alston and Rajon Rondo, Ken Berger says.

Related Links: Series: Orlando 1, Boston 0 | Lee | Hey!

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