Alex Ovechkin

  • Alex Ovechkin Selling 2009 Mercedes SL65 For $250,000! [16 PHOTOS] Hockey

    Alex Ovechkin Selling 2009 Mercedes SL65 For $250,000! [16 PHOTOS]

    Known daredevil and car enthusiast Alex Ovechkin has surprisingly decided to sell his pristine 2009 Mercedes SL65 AMG. The car, now four years...

  • Alex Ovechkin Blasted In Chin With Puck At Practice, Needed 22 Stiches [PHOTOS] Hockey

    Alex Ovechkin Blasted In Chin With Puck At Practice, Needed 22 Stiches [PHOTOS]

    Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin tweeted out a pretty graphic photo this morning. The photo, seen above, was a picture of his chin...

  • Alex Ovechkin’s New $4.2MM Mansion Includes A Worthless Den [PHOTOS] Hockey

    Alex Ovechkin’s New $4.2MM Mansion Includes A Worthless Den [PHOTOS]

    Washington Capitals forward Alexander Ovechkin has a new pad and, well... we're not all that impressed. The joint is big, that's for sure. It cost a lot of money -- $4.2 million to be exact. There's nothing terribly special about it, though. First of all, it's in Virginia. Second of all, it has none of the stupid, garish things athletes have in their homes. Not even a pool. The coolest thing here is Ovechkin's giant deck. Take a look for yourself.

  • Capitals’ Matt Hendricks Sliced Ear Might Make You Puke [PHOTOS] Hockey

    Capitals’ Matt Hendricks Sliced Ear Might Make You Puke [PHOTOS]

    If you like grizzly injuries, then we've got a treat for you! Washington Capitals forward Matt Hendricks suffered one of the most disgusting ear injuries we've ever seen after catching a bouncing Alex Ovechkin shot in the side of his head. The shot split Hendricks' ear nearly in half. Of course, he just got some stitches and was back on the ice the next day. Here's the story and the disgusting photo. Check it!

  • Madame Tussauds Alex Ovechkin Creepy As Hell [Photo] Hockey

    Madame Tussauds Alex Ovechkin Creepy As Hell [Photo]

    The Washington Capitals Alex Ovechkin is about to join all-time greats like Babe Ruth and Muhammad Ali... as a wax statue at Madame Tussauds in Washington D.C. He follows former Washington Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas in getting the wax treatment. Looking at Ovechkin's statue -- or at least the head -- is a lot like staring into the abyss. We're going to have nightmares for weeks!