First, the players.
$51 billion and they can’t even buy Ovechkin a decent helmet sticker. Tough luck, Alex. pic.twitter.com/iCwCXUYLhP— Indiana_Matt (@Indiana_Matt) February 19, 2014
And the fans.
This next picture was actually taken earlier in the game, but it certainly tells a story.
And the Russian media, who want blood from coach Zinetula Bilyaletdinov.
Russian journalist scolding the coach for not playing Malkin and Ovechkin on different lines. Great theater in this presser— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) February 19, 2014
The Russian media doesn't just want a piece of Bilyaletdinov...they are demanding a press conference with the players too— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) February 19, 2014
As he tries to leave, Bilyaletdinov cornered at the door pic.twitter.com/QGlC2sQYNS— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) February 19, 2014
"I can only say words of apology." -- Russian coach through translator— Jason Brough (@JasonPHT) February 19, 2014
Best two questions for Russian coach so far: "How guilty are you feeling?" and "Is it a catastrophe?"— Steve Politi (@StevePoliti) February 19, 2014
Russian coach asked if he would stay in Sochi to watch the Games. Through translator: "No. I'd rather leave."— Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur) February 19, 2014
We're not here to point fingers, but it kinda seems like this guy is overreacting:
THAT'S NOT EVEN AN EFFICIENT WAY TO MINE FOR GOLD.
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