Calder [rookie]; Kharlamov Trophy [all 5 seasons]; been nominated for multiple ESPYS; Hart Trophy (twice), Lester B. Pearson Award (twice), Art Ross Trophy, Maruice "Rocket" Richard Trophy (twice) [becoming first player in history of NHL to sweep all 4 major awards in one season]
As of June 2010, Alex Ovechkin has not won the Stanley Cup.
Hey DA Alex Ovechkin is only in his sixth year in the NHL. He has not won a Stanley cup or won a playoff series.
Not yet, maybe next year!
Daniel sedin or Ovechkin or stamkos
Well in my opinion, yes, but it will take a long time if Bruce Boudreu remains as head coach. Boudreu has never made it out of the second round and all but 2 of his series have gone 7 games. With players like Ovechkin, Semin, Backstrom, Green etc. he or any coach should win a Stanley Cup.
Very likely. I watched a documentary on Ovechkin, and he really looks up to his mom. The reason for him wearing the #8 is because his mom wore it when she won a gold medal in the Olymics women's Basketball for the Soviets. His mom also EXPECTS him to get a Stanley Cup and Olympic Gold Medal by the end of his hockey career.
Dion was teamates with jarome and played 12 games of the playofffs and was candidate for calder but ovechkin beat him
The Stanley Cup. It was named after the person who created it, Lord Stanley of Preston.
I'd have to say it's because Sidney Crosby has been way more impressive in his career so far. You don't hear about Ovechkin a whole lot any more cause he isn't doing anything spectacular. Crosby on the other hand, became the youngest captain to win the the Stanley Cup, he has won a gold medal with Team Canada in the Olympics, and when he stays healthy, Crosby puts up more points than Ovechkin.
Stanley's Cup was created on 2006-11-15.
Value of the Stanley CupThe Stanley Cup is priceless.
Here's four: The Cup, Lord Stanley's Cup, The Holy Grail, or Lord Stanley's Mug.