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Sidney Crosby and Alexander Ovechkin: A Contrast in Style

Published by on May 7, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

This has been a blast "transcendent" as Capitals' owner Ted Le-on-sis (on the off chance Don Cherry is reading this).

After three tightly-contested games in the Caps-Penguins series, Alex Ovechkin has five goals.

Sidney Crosby has four and two assists.

Each game has been decided by one goal, with Sid or Alex figuring in all but one of the decisive markers.

Were I a savant of the game—Stan Fischler or Frank Orr, perhaps—I might have an easier time likening the Crosby-Ovechkin matchup to another famous pair.

Who would it be? Howe-Richard? Too much in common—both could score and both could sock you into next week if you crossed them.

Gretzky-Lemieux? Both...

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