- The Washington Times - Monday, March 13, 2006

Yesterday at Verizon Center



Record for the Ottawa Senators this season when they score four or more goals.


Caps rookie Alex Ovechkin was held without a goal or point for the second straight game and was held to just one shot on goal for the second straight time.

— Dave Fay


“[Ovechkin] doesn’t get frustrated if he gets hit. He gets up and keeps playing, not like the other rookie [Sidney Crosby], who starts crying. There’s a big difference in the attitude. He loves the game, no question.”

— Ottawa (and Team Sweden) wing Daniel Alfredsson

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