Alex Ovechkin is the captain of the Washington Capitals. His teammates follow his lead.
Example: The Russian machine laughed after repeated cross-checks to the chest from Chris Kunitz in the third period last night. This must have resonated with Eric Fehr, because when Maxim Lapierre tried to rearrange Fehr’s face a minute later, Fehr played it cool– just like the captain.
A meeting of the minds.
Fehr finds this hysterical.
He’s Mr. Trololo. Also, nice chest hair.
Once in the penalty box, Fehr still wasn’t done expressing his feelings. The children’s book author had an animated conversation with Lapierre. I don’t know what he’s saying here, but I’m sure a lip-reader somewhere is blushing.
I love this team.
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