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Your turn: Obsessin’ over Ovechkin

By Andrew Tolentino | Hockey Editor

In preparation for the forthcoming issue of Beckett Hockey, we’re brewing our own list of reasons that justify all the obsessin’ over Alex Ovechkin. But we wanted to turn the microphone over to his loyal hobby fans as well.

Is it his visor? His Rookie Card from 2005-06 The Cup? His I’m-not-afraid-to-lose-a-tooth-or-two grill? Leave us a comment explaining why he’s your player, and who knows — your words might appear in the Top 10 reader reasons section featured in the November issue.

Which would you rather have?

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4 Comments

He rulez ithink he will be the best love the look him with tthe visor and the missin tooth i love his card and would love to have the card not his tooth lol well both would be cool one day hall of fame forr being to cool…kick some butt out there and they will remember your number….and missin tooth lol….lol

Posted September 20, 2011 at 3:52 pm | Permalink
Kevin

He is the best of both worlds, a scorer that can mix it up. He isn’t some pretty boy he is a hockey player.

Posted September 21, 2011 at 10:44 am | Permalink
Tom Waldron

here a real piece of dna relic new to Panini Hockey the teeth that all players missed on the ice.
sliced and slabbed for your approval.Includs Beckett grading as well.
Funny vote just had to say it.
Ov is a great player and on my favorite team but as Al DAVIS put it JUST WIN BABY
By the way I actually hit an Ov upper deck young guns rc out of a 6.99 kmart value box.
not bad

Posted September 22, 2011 at 12:31 am | Permalink
Joe Liszewski

First off, if your vote was not for his front tooth, your obsession with the “REAL” face of the new NHL, is not great enough to be put into print, atleast not this article. Main reason, he plays the game in a way that no one has ever done before, or he has just been so good to get recognized for it while all players before were not good enough to get the attention, which is very hard to believe. It is nice to see a player, especially the most talented, play his craft and have fun and smile while doing so. That is another first in the NHL. OV is also so big, strong, fast, and he plays like we know it. He takes away almost 95% of the Russian, NHL, stereotypes. He loves knocking people through the boards, going at the net 100MPH, and basically throwing his body around like a mad-man. The NHL finally has that face that says, I love what I do, oh and, don’t care what you think.

Posted September 29, 2011 at 2:37 am | Permalink

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