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Ovechkin's goals and plays Alexander Mikhaylovich Ovechkin (Russian: Александр Михайлович Овечкин; IPA: [ɐlʲɪˈksandr ɐˈvʲet͡ɕkʲɪn]; born September 17, 1985) is a Russian professional ice hockey left winger and captain of the Washington Capitals of the National Hockey League (NHL). Here is his hit on P.k Subban This is his top ten goals ever ove the great one This is when he was the assistan captain This is ovi in the locker nice skates He has 300 carrer goals way better the crosby This is ovechkin in the skills competotion he won the best deke Moscow, Russian SFSR, USSR
Weight 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
233 lb (106 kg; 16 st 9 lb)
Position Left wing
Shoots Right
NHL team
F. teams Washington Capitals
HC Dynamo Moscow (RSL)
Ntl. team Russia
NHL Draft 1st overall, 2004
Washington Capitals
This is ovechkins goal in game5 when the caps won 3-1 ovi scored a nice goal that brought momentom Ovechkin plays for the caps His team mates is Backstrom and Knuble Who is better? Ovechkin is the best Best Not good Ok This is in the verizon centre playoffs:) This is Ovi scoring on the sabres He has not won a stanley cup but its this year. NHL All-Rookie Team: 2006
NHL First All-Star Team: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
NHL Number 1 Star of the Month: January 2006, January 2008, March 2008, November 2008, January 2010
NHL Offensive Player of the Month: January 2006
NHL Rookie of the Month: December 2005 and January 2006
NHL Number 1 Star of the Week: Week Ending – December 30, 2007; March 9, 2008; March 23, 2008; December 28, 2008; October 5, 2009; January 18, 2010.
NHL Offensive Player of the Week: Week Ending – December 31, 2005; January 23, 2006
NHL Player of the Year – Sporting News: 2008, 2009
NHL All-Star Game selections: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011
Calder Memorial Trophy – NHL Rookie of the Year: 2006
Kharlamov Trophy – 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
Lester B. Pearson Award (Most Outstanding Player): 2008, 2009
Ted Lindsay Award (Formerly known as Lester B. Pearson Award): 2010
Hart Memorial Trophy (Most Valuable Player): 2008, 2009
Art Ross Trophy: 2008 (112 points)
Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy: 2008 (65 goals), 2009 (56 goals)
International play2005 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships – Best Forward
2006 Winter Olympics – Ice Hockey All-Tournament Team
2006 IIHF World Championship – Media All-Star Team
2008 IIHF World Championship – Media All-Star Team
RecordsNHL recordsFirst player to win the Art Ross Trophy, Maurice Richard Trophy, Lester B. Pearson Award and Hart Memorial Trophy as well as win all four in a single season (Note: The Maurice Richard Trophy was established for the 1998–99 season).[46]
Only player to be named to the NHL First All-Star Team in each of his first five seasons[47]
Most goals scored by a left-winger in a season (2007–08) – 65 goals
Most points scored by a left-wing rookie (2005–06) – 106 points
Most shots on goal by a left-winger in a season (2008–09) – 528 shots
Most shots on goal by a rookie in a season (2005–06) – 425 shots
Point streak in consecutive games to start an NHL career by a No. 1 overall pick (2005–06) – 8 games
Most regular season points by a Russian-born NHL rookie (2005–06) – 106 points
Fastest overtime goal – 6 seconds; (December 15, 2006 vs. Atlanta Thrashers; tied with Mats Sundin and David Legwand)
Washington Capitals recordsMost seasons with 50 or more goals – 4 (2005–06, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10)
Most shots on goal in a season – 528 (2008–09)
Most goals in a season (2007–08) – 65 goals
Most power play goals in a season (2007–08) – 22 PP goals (tie with Peter Bondra)
Most career overtime goals – 7 OT goals
Most career penalty shots attempted – 6 shots (most recent on January 17, 2010)
Most goals in a season by a rookie (2005–06) – 52 goals
Most points in a season by a rookie (2005–06) – 106 points
Point streak by a rookie – 11 games (17 points; 5 goals, 12 assists), March 18 – April 7, 2006
Point streak by a rookie to start season – 8 games
Goal streak by a rookie – 7 games, February 10 – March 8, 2006
This is a list of all the awards he won During the 2007–08 season, he led the NHL with 65 goals and 112 points to capture the Rocket Richard and Art Ross Trophies. That season he also won the Lester B. Pearson Award as the top player voted by the NHL Players' Association and the Hart Memorial Trophy as the league's MVP. He is the only player to win all four awards since the Rocket Richard Trophy's inception in 1999. He would lead Team Russia to a gold medal at the World Championships the same year.

NHL All-Star GamesYear Location G A Pts
2007 Dallas 1 0 1
2008 Atlanta 2 0 2
2009 Montreal 1 2 3
2011 Raleigh 1 1 2
All-Star totals 5 3 8
He played 4 all star games in total points he got 5 goals 3 assist which he got 8 points. At the age of 16, Ovechkin helped lead the Junior National Team to the Gold medal with two hat tricks, one against Switzerland and one against USA, and an assist.

At the age of 17, when he was selected by Russian coach Viktor Tikhonov to play in the Česká Pojišťovna Cup EuroTour tournament, Ovechkin became the youngest skater ever to play for the Russian National Team. In that tournament he also became the youngest player ever to score for the National Team. He also was selected to play at the 2002 IIHF World U18 Championships, which he amassed 14 goals and 4 assists in 8 games, leading Russia to a Sliver medal.[4][30]

Ovechkin representing Russia during the 2010 Winter Olympics.At the age of 18, Alex Ovechkin was named Captain of the Junior Russian National Team. Russia finished 5th in the tournament. In 2003, the team would go on to win a gold medal in the IIHF World U20 Championship.

At the age of 19, Ovechkin was named to the Russian National Team for the 2004 World Cup of Hockey, making him the youngest player to play in the tournament.[31]

Also at the age of 19, Alex Ovechkin was named Captain of the Junior National Team in the 2005 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. The tournament, lasting from December 25, 2004, to January 4, 2005, was Ovechkin's third and last. At the end of the tournament he had collected 7 goals (tied for tournament lead). His team received the silver medal after losing the gold medal game to Canada on January 4, and Ovechkin was named the Best Forward of the tournament as well as selected to the tournament All-Star Team. In 2005 Ovechkin played in his first IIHF men's World Championships. He scored five goals and three assists, landing eighth in the top scorers list and sharing third place in goal scoring.

In 2006, Ovechkin played in his first Winter Olympic Games. Although Russia came away from the games without a medal, Ovechkin scored 5 goals in the tournament, including the game-winner against Canada's Martin Brodeur, eliminating Canada from the tournament. Ovechkin was the only player not on the Swedish (Gold) or Finnish (Silver) teams to be named to the all-tournament team.

At the 2006 IIHF World Championships, Ovechkin scored six goals and three assists (nine points) in seven games before Russia lost 4–3 to the Czech Republic in the quarterfinals. For his efforts, Ovechkin was one of six players selected to the Media All-Star Team.

At the 2008 IIHF World Championships, Ovechkin helped lead Russia to the gold medal by finishing with 12 points (six goals, six assists) in nine games. He was selected to the Media All-Star Team for the second time in five tournament appearances.

In the 2010 Winter Olympics, Ovechkin and Team Russia were one of the favourites to win the Gold Medal. Despite high expectations, Russia lost to Canada 7–3 in the quarterfinals. Ovechkin finished with 2 goals and 2 assists in Russia's four games.[32]

After being eliminated in the first round of the NHL playoffs, Ovechkin joined Team Russia for the 2010 IIHF World Championships along with many other Russian stars, such as Malkin, Datsyuk, and Kovalchuk. Despite being heavily favoured to win the tournament, Russia lost to the Czech Republic in the finals. This loss ended a disappointing year for Ovechkin on the international stage.

Off the iceThe day after he received his first Hart Memorial Trophy as league MVP, he was given the key to the city by Washington mayor Adrian M. Fenty for being the first Washington MVP winner in a major sport since Joe Theismann of the Washington Redskins in 1983
This was the winter classic the score was 3 for caps and 1 for pens. Those are his skates in the olympics that was his third year. This is one of his nicest goal nice deke He is the best hocket player ovechkin is prime minister today ovi Caps are the best
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