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Russian tennis player Maria Kirilenko has gotten engaged to compatriot ice hockey player Alex Ovechkin.
On Monday, the sports world grieved the loss of yet another power couple when tennis star Maria Kirilenko announced the end of her engagement to Washington Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin after three years of dating. 93 tennis player didn't offer up any details about the split in her announcement but thankfully spared us the standard "We remain the best of friends! The pair's relative silence, however, has sparked global speculation and rumors because WE NEED TO KNOW EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENED TO TWO STRANGERS WE WILL NEVER MEET.
The Russian website R-Sport claims Kirilenko called off the wedding after pictures of Ovechkin with Olympic rhythmic gymnast Karolina Sevastyanova popped up on Instagram, posted by Sevastyanova herself and Russian basketball star Vitaly Fridzon. Champion Goldy Sr., 97, Orville Rogers, 96, Roy Englert, 92, Charles Ross, 91, and Charles Boyle, 91, set age-division marks in the 4x100, 4x400 and 4x800 relays on Sunday.
All six expansion teams were placed in the same division that season, however, so one was guaranteed to reach the Final.
The Golden Knights are one of seven teams in the playoffs that are looking for its first Stanley Cup title.
Not at home in Russia, where they have indoor courts, too. And she was spotted at a Capitals game – weeks ago. Given this development, you’d think Ovie be in far too good a mood to get his coach fired.
And she was spotted at a Capitals game – weeks ago.
Both the Oilers (who had Wayne Gretzky) and Whalers (who had Gordie Howe) joined the NHL from the WHA following a merger between the two leagues.
Only one team in the NHL's Expansion Era (since 1967-68) has reached the Stanley Cup Final in its inaugural season. Louis Blues were swept by the Canadiens in the 1967-68 Final.
The Golden Knights finished with 109 points, becoming the first NHL team to reach 100 points in its inaugural season.
Six active NHL franchises -- the Columbus Blue Jackets, Minnesota Wild, Florida Panthers.