Friday night, the Washington Capitals held another team-building event. This time the Caps threw some rocks and curled north of the border in Ottawa. According to the Capitals, Jay Beagle, Nate Schmidt, Brett Leonhardt, and Tim Ohashi won the match.
But I want to point you to what happened afterwards. The Caps’ three Russians, Alex Ovechkin, Evgeny Kuznetsov, and Dmitry Orlov, explored a nearby hockey store in the capital city. Outside the building, there was a giant advertisement of Alex Ovechkin. So naturally the trio had to take a video in front of it.
The video begins with Evgeny Kuznetsov and Dmitry Orlov giving two goofy thumbs up. As Ovechkin makes an “ehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh” noise, he tilts his camera up towards the top of the building, revealing a 30-foot tall banner of himself.
Meanwhile, the Russians found a banner of Patrick Kane. Kuznetsov stands in front of it with an angry face.
This team is so ridiculous.
Here’s Ovechkin’s full Instagram story from tonight.
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