Thrashing: Washington Capitals’ Alexander Semin Busts Out First Hat Trick of the Season in Win Over Atlanta, NHL Players Rock O Visors

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It’s the visor, we tell you. It’s the visor.

Just ask the Washington Capitals’ Alexander Semin, who dished out his first hat trick of the season this past week in a huge 4-3 win over the Atlanta Thrashers.

His fourth career hat trick went down before fellow Cap Tomas Fleischmann netted the overtime winner in a bona fide thriller.

“I was just trying to get my stick on the puck and make sure it winds up in the net,” said Semin, who rocks his Oakley visor every game, every day. “How many times can you try to get around guys? I was just trying not to think about it and just shoot.”

And shoot he did…after he’d been rocking the Thrashers all game long that is. Semin smashed his way onto the scoreboard 38 seconds into the second period after Thrashers netminder Chris Mason’s clearing pass went between the legs of Atlanta defensemen Tobias Enstrom right to Semin. Semin launched a slap shot from the top of the right circle to tie the game at 1.

Then momentum carried the Capitals from there – all the way to a victory…something very familiar to NHL stars across the league that happen to share a common denominator. They’re protected. Big time. By Oakley hockey visors.

With the season raging into full gear, more than 100 NHL players are proudly displaying their faith in Oakley’s unrivaled visors. With unbeatable Plutonite® impact resistant material, ultimate visual clarity at all angles of view and loads of other cutting-edge technology built for pure performance on the ice, stars and rising stars alike, from the Anaheim Ducks to the Capitals and everywhere in between, are relying on Oakley to protect their noggins and enhance their games.

Watch closely as you fist pump and scream your favorite team to victory…chances are, Oakley is protecting your player.

Congratulations Alexander!

Find out more about Oakley’s Hockey Visors: http://www.oakley.com/technology/hockey-visor

Author

Andrew De Lara

Date

October 27, 2010

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