He scored while falling like this. Really.
Holy hell. In game two, Alex Ovechkin scored one of the greatest goals of his career. Skating into the New York Rangers’ zone, Ovechkin skates through two defenders. Then as he’s falling down to the ice, the Russian machine rips a shot to the top left corner past future Hall of Fame goaltender Henrik Lundqvist.
Here’s an individual look at Ovechkin’s effort during the play. The will to win is strong in this one.
The Caps lost. And that sucks. But oh my gosh, what a goal.
Ovechkin has scored in all six games the Caps have played against the Rangers this year, including game one and now game two of this playoff series.
All series, baby.
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