Have you ever had something that's bugged you for years?
Sure, it's meaningless, unimportant, even forgettable for every other person to ever walk the face of the planet, closer to Duke football than it will ever be to Duke basketball, yet somehow, no matter what, you just cannot let it go.
Me? I have a case of this, and I have it bad.
On Mar. 3, 2008, more than 19 months ago, Alex Ovechkin, a left-winger for the Washington Capitals and better known as one of only three ice hockey players anyone in Houston has ever heard of, recorded a hat trick against the Boston Bruins.
Oh, one of those goals, his first, was his 50th of the season.
And that's a very rare feat, but even rarer if your source of news is ESPN.
Now, how can a feat be rarer than itself ...
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Article written by Burton DeWitt