Sidney Crosby is standing in Alex Ovechkin's way again. Crosby's Pittsburgh Penguins extinguished two of the Washington Capitals' best Stanley Cup hopes in 2009 and 2016, going on to win the championship each time. Now as Ovechkin and the Capitals face a summer of change, it's only
Scott Burnside ESPN Senior Writer Close Covers hockey for ESPN.com 10 years at Toronto Sun, Windsor Star and National Post Wrote best-selling true crime book "Deadly Innocence" Follow on Twitter Thanks for the memories, Round 1 -- including those Stanley Cup playoffs-record 18 overtime games
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