Ovechkin v. Crosby

Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby The Long Dick of the Law » 27 Feb 2009, 12:27

Tremendous_sidePotential wrote:Ovechkin is the more physical of the two, no?

Crosby could probably take Malkin. Malkin seemed to shy away from contact as the playoffs progessed last year.

Ovechkin is way more physical than Crosby. Ovechkin is currently 6th in the league in hits with 202

http://www.nhl.com/ice/playerstats.htm? ... layerStats

Crosby is 222nd with 64

http://www.nhl.com/ice/app?service=page ... =hits&pg=8
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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby Ogie Oglethorpe » 03 Mar 2009, 11:06

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Ovechkin almost decapitates himself.
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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby Briandong79 » 04 May 2009, 21:37

Hat trick vs Hat Trick tonight, pretty freaking impressive.
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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby DirtDawg » 17 May 2009, 21:34

Crosby sucks his mothers dick for money while his father watches.
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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby Briandong79 » 01 Jun 2009, 14:29

Justin Abdelkader's goals thus far in the finals: 2
Sidney Crosby's goals thus far in the finals: 0

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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby Ogie Oglethorpe » 12 Jun 2009, 21:15

The NHL should be ashamed at what this guy is doing in game 7 of the finals. Suck it up you pussy.

ETA: After this kid begged out after 2 seconds in the biggest game of his life in the 3rd, he skated perfectly fine with a 35 pound trophy. I know the captain getting it is protocol but be respectful and defer. I have never been more pissed off about a single player winning the cup.
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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby Tremendous_sidePotential » 15 Feb 2010, 21:02

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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby The Long Dick of the Law » 12 May 2010, 21:55

Ok, so both Washington and Pittsburgh were upset by Les Canadiens. Yeah, Crosby has the ring and gold medal but, as you see two posts above, he sat on the bench with a sandy vag that miraculously cleared up after his team won Game 7 and he wanted to spin around with Lord Stanley's Cup. The Caps early exit this season was not Ovechkin's fault. He scored, he assisted, and had the Caps in the position to win if his teammates gave him some help. Instead, Alexander Semin decided goal-scoring was for the regular season and went 0-fer in the playoffs. Mike Green continues to be one of the more frustrating players in the league since he's a high-scoring defenseman, which is a nice bonus from your defenseman, but sucks at what he's actually out there to do: defend. The first goal in Game 7 was a turnover in the zone by him and the second was scored on the power play after a horrible penalty he committed. Lastly, the goal-tending remains a glaring issue. Varlamov and Theodore alternated being good-maybe-great and "Jesus can you please stop one shot." Some of it is the lack of a premier defender who clears out rebounds. Either way, insert old cliche about goal-tending is biggest factor in the playoffs.

Meanwhile, Crosby has excellent defensemen in Gonchar Orpik, Letang, and Eaton. Fleury, while occasionally suffering from the occasional disease Varly and Theodore do, is still an elite goal-tender who stood on his head to beat Detroit last year. After putting on a clinic versus Ottawa, Crosby disappeared in this series. Unlike Ovechkin, Crosby and the Pens won their 3 games against Montreal thanks to the entire team. Crosby's only goal was Game 1. He was this round's Semin.

In conclusion: Ovechkin's still hockey's best player and Crosby is still a giant gash.
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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby Dthefritz » 12 May 2010, 22:08

Somehow this will be spun tomorrow as Crosby's teammates/Fleury letting him down and his credentials as a winner and a true credit to the game will remain intact. Good thing he wasn't born in Russia.
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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby The Long Dick of the Law » 12 May 2010, 22:20

Exactly, even though he was the one who took a penalty 10 seconds into the game then bitched about it afterward.

ETA: Brooks Orpik took it like a man and was classy about it.
"They beat Washington, now they beat us," defenseman Brooks Orpik said. "I think it's time to give this team some credit for what they've done, rather than picking apart why we didn't do what we were supposed to do."
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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby JichaelDick » 12 May 2010, 23:48

The Long Dick of the Law wrote:Meanwhile, Crosby has excellent defensemen in Gonchar Orpik, Letang, and Eaton. Fleury, while occasionally suffering from the occasional disease Varly and Theodore do, is still an elite goal-tender who stood on his head to beat Detroit last year. After putting on a clinic versus Ottawa, Crosby disappeared in this series. Unlike Ovechkin, Crosby and the Pens won their 3 games against Montreal thanks to the entire team. Crosby's only goal was Game 1. He was this round's Semin.


I thought Crosby's goal was in Game 6. Either way, he was awful. I dunno if it necessarily means Ovie > Sidney by itself, but Ovie was much better against Les Habs than Crosby was. Even if the Canadiens' D was ridiculous.
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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby The Long Dick of the Law » 12 May 2010, 23:53

JichaelDick wrote:
The Long Dick of the Law wrote:Meanwhile, Crosby has excellent defensemen in Gonchar Orpik, Letang, and Eaton. Fleury, while occasionally suffering from the occasional disease Varly and Theodore do, is still an elite goal-tender who stood on his head to beat Detroit last year. After putting on a clinic versus Ottawa, Crosby disappeared in this series. Unlike Ovechkin, Crosby and the Pens won their 3 games against Montreal thanks to the entire team. Crosby's only goal was Game 1. He was this round's Semin.


I thought Crosby's goal was in Game 6. Either way, he was awful. I dunno if it necessarily means Ovie > Sidney by itself, but Ovie was much better against Les Habs than Crosby was. Even if the Canadiens' D was ridiculous.

It was, I'm a moran and don't know how I flipped first game with "last" game (Game 7 pregame show). Either way, yeah you can't base the argument entirely on the one series (even if the player's name is LeBron) but Ovi>>>>>>>>Sid the Vag
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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby Clayton Bigsby » 13 May 2010, 08:05

I hope this makes you feel better about your first round loss, LDOTL(OL). Crosby has a cup and a gold medal. Ovie has nice teeth. Good for him.
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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby The Long Dick of the Law » 13 May 2010, 09:42

Clayton Bigsby wrote:I hope this makes you feel better about your first round loss, LDOTL(OL). Crosby has a cup and a gold medal. Ovie has nice teeth. Good for him.

As I said in the box it does make me feel better. Still pissed at the loss but Pitt losing somewhat "legitimizes the loss" (sorta like Detroit getting swept in the 1st rd vs Anaheim in 03 when the Red Wings were defending champs, at first inexcusable, then the Ducks made the Cup Finals so it became more understandable). And at least Ovi played well in the losing series. Semin being a vag rather than searching for a vag and Green showing everyone why he shouldn't be up for any defensemen awards along with the wishy-washy goal-tending lost that series. And credit where it's due, Montreal played out of its collective mind. Halak stood on his head 3 straight games and as a team Montreal blocked a ridiculous amount of shots. Then they went to Pitt and did pretty much the same shit, especially in their wins. Cammalleri tore shit up too.
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Re: Ovechkin v. Crosby

Postby PornoGil » 28 May 2010, 11:59

So, Caps vs Pens @ Heinz Field next year (plus Habs vs Flames outdoors a month later). Not bad, I like these games.

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