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Alexander Ovechkin had a little lamb...


They said it couldn't be done, but here it is: A photo with an athlete and a farm animal more embarrassing than the one with Tom Brady and that goat. In case you couldn't tell by the missing tooth, that's Alexander Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals. And yes, that is his sheep. It was a gift to his family in Russia. The sheep's name is Byasha, which is Russian for "chokes on ice." (At least that's it should be)
The sheep is kind of appropriate though. Look at Ovechkin in this picture. If you didn't know he was a millionaire Russian hockey player, he'd look like any generic redneck in Alabama. Look at him. Unkempt hair, missing tooth, gold necklace. He'd fit in just fine at any tractor pull or a Montgomery Gentry concert.
In a situation like this, the nickname "Comrade Redneck" comes to mind. It seems to fit Ovechkin pretty well.

(via Sportress of Blogitude, D.C Sports Blog)


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They said it couldn't be done, but here it is: A photo with an athlete and a farm animal more embarrassing than the one with Tom Brady and that goat. In case you couldn't tell by the missing tooth, that's Alexander Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals. And yes, that is his sheep. It was a gift to his family in Russia. The sheep's name is Byasha, which is Russian for "chokes on ice." (At least that's it should be)
The sheep is kind of appropriate though. Look at Ovechkin in this picture. If you didn't know he was a millionaire Russian hockey player, he'd look like any generic redneck in Alabama. Look at him. Unkempt hair, missing tooth, gold necklace. He'd fit in just fine at any tractor pull or a Montgomery Gentry concert.
In a situation like this, the nickname "Comrade Redneck" comes to mind. It seems to fit Ovechkin pretty well.

(via Sportress of Blogitude, D.C Sports Blog)



Posted originally: 2010-05-06 15:50:00
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