Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Habs News, Ovechkin Sits, Kings Win and More

Good morning hockey fans!

What unusual sights last night.

Alex Ovechkin played only around 13 minutes for the victorious Washington Capitals, which represented a career-low for the star winger. In spite of of the limited time, AO potted the game winning goal for his team.

Meanwhile, in the Midwest, the Los Angeles Kings matched a season-high output with a five goal outburst against the usually defensively stout St. Louis Blues.

Odd times.

Then again, odd has kind of been the new normal this post-season.

Habs News

HabsAddict.com - Geoff Molson: 12 Steps to Recovery

Faceoff - Habs feel pain of Subban's Team Canada injury

Faceoff- Luongo could be a lesson for Price talks

RDS - A. Savard aimerait que le CH le contacte

TSN - Canada's Subban to miss pre-tournament game with injury

Hockey News

ESPN - Jaroslav Halak out for entire series

La Presse - Une tour et un joueur dans leur splendeur

Sports Illustrated - Coyotes become aggressive, Predators defenseless in Game 2

TSN - McKenzie: Hunter not worried about Ovechkin's ice time

TSN - Cullen: Ovechkin sits then scores; Kings roll in St. Louis

USA Today - Kings take 2-0 series lead against Blues

USA Today - Ovechkin powers Capitals past Rangers in Game 2

(Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)


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