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Ovechkin's game winner


There's a lot to like about Alex Ovechkin's game-winning goal against the Senators Monday night, most pretty well represented by the phrase "Alex Ovechkin's game-winning goal." But don't discount the hidden pleasure of watching Yi Jianlian rise to his feet and celebrate along with the crowd, in his case by sending a text of some sort. See below.

SB Nation DC also has all of Ovechkin's overtime game-winners, while Capitals Outsider has a photo of Yi in the Caps' dressing room.

Oh, and Yi wasn't the only D.C. athlete in the crowd Monday night. Andre Carter also showed up, with his son, who was wearing a (misspelled) Jeff Schultz jersey and received a Jeff Schultz stick.


By Dan Steinberg  | October 12, 2010; 11:50 AM ET
Categories:  Caps, Wizards  
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Comments

Looks like Andre got ripped off with a misspelled "Shultz" jersey...

Posted by: OV_MVP | October 12, 2010 12:04 PM | Report abuse

Misspelled and the numbers are the wrong color. Bought a blank caps jersey and went cheap with the numbers and letters. Lame.

Posted by: dcsportsfan1 | October 12, 2010 4:45 PM | Report abuse

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