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Though giving away four inches and 30 pounds at a minimum, Crosby drove his hip and shoulder into...

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Though giving away four inches and 30 pounds at a minimum, Crosby drove his hip and shoulder into Ovechkin’s torso, separating him from the puck. Ovechkin was staggered by the blow, and while he didn’t fall, he was clearly hurt as he winced and shook his head. Crosby had been winded himself but didn’t want Ovechkin to know, so he got up the ice like it was just another day at the office.

Japers' Rink has an excerpt of the soon to be released book "The Ovechkin Project"
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