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Topic - Braydon Coburn
Henrik Lundqvist finally found a game to play.
Broad Street and Broadway have been known as big-money places for hockey with the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers historically unafraid to spend to win. Printing money thanks to television revenue and decades of tradition, both teams are among the richest in the NHL.
Alex Ovechkin's move. Anyone who has watched hockey since the NHL lockout knows what it is: The Capitals star skates down the left wing, carries the puck into the offensive zone, curls in, then tries to get a forehand shot on net.
"He's got a lot of highlight-reel goals and you see that, and you're just trying to make sure that's not me," said Coburn, who has been trying to stop Ovechkin since the 2004 World Junior Hockey Championships.
"You've got to be in good position, and you've got to make sure that you're between him and the net at all times," Coburn said. "Being able to give your goalie the best chance to save those pucks when you're able to contain him at least to the outside is big."