Alex Ovechkin had his day with the Stanley Cup on Saturday and he’s been a busy man.
After bringing the NHL’s championship trophy to a World Cup fanfest event, Ovechkin took Lord Stanley’s Cup to the Novogorsk headquarters of his former KHL/Russian Super League team, Dynamo Moscow.
After being honored during a ceremony and taking photos with kids, Ovechkin strapped on his skates and took a lap around the rink while raising the Stanley Cup.
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Video: Dynamo Moscow
Ovechkin also made sure to take a photo with his dad out on the ice, as Mikhail gave a happy thumbs up. Earlier in the visit, Mikhail got to raise the Stanley Cup for the first time as he stayed at home in Russia during the Caps championship run.
Photos: Dynamo Moscow
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