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Ovi strides back to normal self, Subban Drama Continues….

Ovi strides back to normal self, Subban Drama Continues….

Is Ovechkin back to his normal self? Lets have the numbers speak for him. In his last 7 games, Ovechkin has scored 7 goals, piled up 4 assists, and has been averaging roughly 20 minutes of ice time. The Capitals are on a current 4 game winning streak and with the return of Defenseman, Mike Green, the Capitals are once more playoff bound.


While on the other side of the spectrum is the Drama of Montreal Defenseman P.K. Subban. Don’t get me wrong, I think Subban is a talenteled D-man but it just hasn’t been the case as of late. Subban’s play has been mediocre at best which lead to a healthy scratch roughly a week ago. Subban can be an elite Defenseman and Montreal needs great defense if they expect to make any type of run at a playoff spot. However Subban has hit a new low, fighting his own teammates during practice………


Igor Burdetskiy

Igor Burdetskiy

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