When Adam Oates was hired to replace Dale Hunter as head coach of the Capitals two summers ago, two of his goals were to turn Alex Ovechkin back into a scoring machine and convince his team to be responsible defensively.
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While Alex Ovechkin’s even strength scoring drought has reached a career-worst 16 straight games and his minus-36 rating is last in the NHL, there remains little doubt that Ovechkin will win his fourth career Maurice ‘Rocket’ Richard Trophy as the NHL’s leading goal scorer.