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"We had to cut out the scenes with his belly hanging out," Brouwer said. "Too many kids watching."
"[Ovechkin] is one of those guys who can shoot it so hard," teammate Troy Brouwer told reporters Wednesday. "It doesn't really matter if he places it. Like his fourth goal [Tuesday]. Not a lot of guys can shoot it through goalies like that. It just gives him more of a scoring threat. It may squeeze through because of the sheer velocity of it."