Alex Ovechkin stops in at Sequoia


A brief timeline.

Sunday night: Caps fan @Matt_Leighton spots Ovechkin by the water at D.C.’s Sequoia. His request for a photo didn’t exactly work out, but the restaurant later sent out this Ovi image from its Twitter account.

If there’s a suggestion there that Ovechkin would rather pose for photos with two comely waitresses than a young male hockey fan, well, I’m not going to tell you you’re wrong.

Monday morning: The Ovechkin-in-transit sightings begin, ably chronicled by Alex Ovetjkin.

Just boarded plane in washington only to discover Ovechkin sitting in an aisle seatless than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® Favorite Retweet ReplyKathy Broderick
RedSuiteTurbo

Like this one.

Alex ovechkin walked by me and smiled... Made my day before 7amless than a minute ago via Twitter for Android Favorite Retweet ReplyKatarina Axenfeld
Kataweeena

Or this one.

Alexander Ovechkin is standing next to me at the airport. Wearing a shirt that says “F#@K Off! I guess I shouldn’t ask for a pic.less than a minute ago via DROID Favorite Retweet ReplyJ.D. Ringer
JdiXon916

Or, uh, this one.

Monday afternoon: From there, it’s off to Toronto for Ovechkin, where he had some sort of video shoot lined up. But no video shoot would be complete without a bit of preparatory comedy, in which Ovechkin suggests that Toronto was in the U.S., his name becomes a trending topic in Canada and a national Web site makes fun of him. Toronto is definitely close to the U.S. Closer than a Turkish resort town, anyhow.

Monday evening: And now it’s up to our friends north of the border to chronicle Ovechkin’s progress, with grace and aplomb and a real level head.

We just saw alexandre ovechkin at yamatos OMMG ITS HIMM OMMMMGless than a minute ago via txt Favorite Retweet Replyjessica petricca
jpetriccz

Oh, Canada.

Wow.

Yamato, by the way, appears to be “a Japanese restaurant of long standing,” which should make you feel better.

Where will he go next? Only the heavens know. Well, and IMG probably knows too.

Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.

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