Alexander Ovechkin Jerseys

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Vintage Washington Capitals Alex Ovechkin Reebok Fight Strap Jersey Sewn 52 XL

Vintage Washington Capitals Alex Ovechkin Reebok Fight Strap Jersey Sewn 52 XL
$39.99

RARE ALEXANDER OVECHKIN TEAM RUSSIA NIKE JERSEY WASHINGTON CAPITALS

RARE ALEXANDER OVECHKIN TEAM RUSSIA NIKE JERSEY WASHINGTON CAPITALS
$140.00

Alexander Ovechkin Reebok Washington Capitals Hockey Jersey NHL

Alexander Ovechkin Reebok Washington Capitals Hockey Jersey NHL
$51.99

2015 Washington Capitals NHL Reebok Winter Classic Premier Jersey Collection Men

2015 Washington Capitals NHL Reebok Winter Classic Premier Jersey Collection Men
$71.99

Authentic KHL Ovechkin 32 2012 13 Dynamo Moscow Professional Hockey Jersey

Authentic KHL Ovechkin 32 2012 13 Dynamo Moscow Professional Hockey Jersey
$149.99

Washington Capitals Alexander Ovechkin Reebok Red Home Jersey XL

Washington Capitals Alexander Ovechkin Reebok Red Home Jersey XL
$40.00

Vtg Washington Capitals Ovechkin Hockey Jersey 50 CCM 8 Red Mens Fight Strap m3

Vtg Washington Capitals Ovechkin Hockey Jersey 50 CCM 8 Red Mens Fight Strap m3
$64.99

2011 NHL Winter Classic Washington Capitals Alex Ovechkin Youth L XL Jersey NWT

2011 NHL Winter Classic Washington Capitals Alex Ovechkin Youth L XL Jersey NWT
$60.00

Washington Capitals Alexander Ovechkin jersey Sweater Size XL X Large NEW mens

Washington Capitals Alexander Ovechkin jersey Sweater Size XL X Large NEW mens
$47.00

Mens Washington Capitals Alexander Ovechkin Red Home Captain Premier Jersey

Mens Washington Capitals Alexander Ovechkin Red Home Captain Premier Jersey
$51.99

Reebok Washington Capitals Alexander Ovechkin NHL Premier Jersey Youth S M

Reebok Washington Capitals Alexander Ovechkin NHL Premier Jersey Youth S M
$39.95

2015 Alex Ovechkin NHL Reebok Double Stitched Winter Classic Jersey

2015 Alex Ovechkin NHL Reebok Double Stitched Winter Classic Jersey
$35.00

OVECHKIN 2008 Rbk EDGE NHL All Star EASTERN Jersey 46

OVECHKIN 2008 Rbk EDGE NHL All Star EASTERN Jersey 46
$269.99

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Washington Capitals Ovechkin White sz 4X

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Washington Capitals Ovechkin White sz 4X
$79.99

Reebok Premier Jersey Washington Capitals Alexander Ovechkin Blk Accel sz 2X

Reebok Premier Jersey Washington Capitals Alexander Ovechkin Blk Accel sz 2X
$79.99

Washington Capitals 8 Alex Ovechkin Jersey Away Mens L NWT

Washington Capitals 8 Alex Ovechkin Jersey Away Mens L NWT
$99.99



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More About Alexander Ovechkin Jerseys

Since the start of the 2005-06 season there has been no more exciting player in the NHL than Russian superstar Alexander Ovechkin. Ovechkin, who stars for the Washington Capitals, has been a human highlight reel in his first five seasons, and whether he makes an impact by scoring a memorable goal or by delivering a thunderous bodycheck fans can't help but get to their feet when the Great 8 is on the ice.

Alex Ovechkin was born to be a professional athlete. His father, Mikhail was a professional soccer players, and his mother, Tatyana won back to back Olympic gold medals, competing for the Soviet basketball team in 1976 and 1980. Sports were in his blood and Ovechkin has certainly grown up to be a chip off the old block and then some.

Ovechkin's potential was evident early and he played his first professional hockey at the age of 16 in the Russian Superleague, starring there for Dynamo Moscow. His size, speed and sheer talent attracted the notice of NHL scouts and Ovechkin was selected first overall in the 2004 NHL draft by the Washington Capitals.

Ovechkin's Rookie Season

Because of the NHL lockout during the 2004-05 eager Capitals fans would have to wait an additional year to see the Russian sniper. Ovechkin continued to play in Russia for Dynamo Moscow, and in early 2005 he suited up for the Russian Junior team and took part in the World Junior Hockey Championships in North Dakota.

During that tournament he would go head to head against Sidney Crosby, a young Canadian phenom whom some were already comparing to Wayne Gretzky. Ovechkin was an obvious target of the Canadian team with Crosby, Dion Phaneuf, Shea Weber, Ryan Getzlaf and others all taking the opportunity to get their licks in. Ovechkin took so many stiff bodychecks in that gold medal game he was eventually forced to leave with an injured shoulder. Crosby, Canada would go on to win the game and the gold medal. This wouldn't be the first meeting between Crosby and Ovechkin, far from it, and it would set the stage for the greatest individual rivalry in today's NHL.

When the NHL finally got back to business fans got a bonus treat. The year off had the one benefit of bringing both Crosby and Ovechkin into the league at the same time. Crosby had been selected first overall in the 2005 draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins. All year long the pair went head to head, and when the dust settled Ovechkin got his first taste of revenge against Crosby. Ovechkin scored 52 goals and finished with 106 points, 4 more than Crosby, earning the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year. During that season Ovechkin would also score arguably the greatest goal in the history of the game, a ridiculous behind-the-back marker against the Phoenix Coyotes that defied belief. See below:

It didn't take long for Washington fans to catch Ovechkin fever and Alex Ovechkin jerseys flew off the shelf as fans embraced their new superstar.

Back to Back Hart Trophies

After an off-season (by his standards) that saw Ovechkin register a mere 46 goals and 92 points, Ovechkin bounced back in a big way. The following season he scored a whopping 65 goals, adding 47 assists for good measure. Those 112 points were good enough to capture the 2008 Art Ross Trophy. Ovechkin would also nab the Hart Trophy as NHL MVP for good measure.

The following year wasn't quite as impressive for Ovie. Countryman Evgeni Malkin of the Penguins supplanted him as the league's leading scorer. However, Ovechkin's incredible physical game, and his ability as a game-breaker helped him earn his second straight Hart Trophy.

2009-10 saw Ovechkin continue his torrid scoring pace. Despite missing 10 games he finished only 3 points shy of Henrik Sedin of the Vancouver Canucks in the Art Ross race, and scored 50 goals for the third consecutive season and the fourth time in his career. Even more impressive was his plus/minus rating. At +45 it was by far a career best, and put him among the league leaders in the category.

Perhaps his greatest accomplishment that season came in the form of leadership. Ovechkin was given the captaincy, and he led fellow stars like Alexander Semin, Mike Green and Nicklas Backstrom to the President's Trophy.

Ovechkin and the Stanley Cup

As much as he has accomplished in his relatively brief NHL career, one accolade has eluded Ovechkin: the Stanley Cup. In the past three seasons, Ovechkin and the Caps have been eliminated in 3 painful game sevens, by the Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins and most recently by Jaroslav Halak and the Montreal Canadiens. To date he has only been on the winning side of a playoff series on one occasion.

Still, despite that glaring omission on his resume fans continue to wear Alexander Ovechkin jerseys proudly. As fierce as a competitor as he is you can bet it is only a matter of time before Ovie gets his name engraved on Lord Stanley's silver mug.