During the 2007–08 season, he led the NHL with 65 goals and 112 points to capture the Rocket Richard and Art Ross Trophies. That season he also won the Lester B. Pearson Award as the top player voted by the NHL Players' Association and the Hart Memorial Trophy as the league's MVP. He is the only player to win all four awards since the Rocket Richard Trophy's inception in 1999. He would lead Team Russia to a gold medal at the World Championships the same year.
In 2009, he again won the Hart Memorial Trophy as league MVP, the Lester B. Pearson Award, and the Rocket Richard Trophy. Ovechkin also led the Capitals to their second consecutive division title. He won the Ted Lindsay Award, which the Pearson Award had been renamed, for a third straight year in 2010, as well as being named to the First All-Star Team for a fifth consecutive season. © Wikipedia
Alexander Ovechkins stats at NHL till 19th of March 2011
At international hockey Ovechkin has won 1 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals
- First player to win the Art Ross Trophy, Maurice Richard Trophy, Lester B. Pearson Award and Hart Memorial Trophy as well as win all four in a single season (Note: The Maurice Richard Trophy was established for the 1998–99 season).
- Only player to be named to the NHL First All-Star Team in each of his first five seasons
- Most goals scored by a left-winger in a season (2007–08) – 65 goals
- Most points scored by a left-wing rookie (2005–06) – 106 points
- Most shots on goal by a left-winger in a season (2008–09) – 528 shots
- Most shots on goal by a rookie in a season (2005–06) – 425 shots
- Point streak in consecutive games to start an NHL career by a No. 1 overall pick (2005–06) – 8 games
- Most regular season points by a Russian-born NHL rookie (2005–06) – 106 points
- Fastest overtime goal – 6 seconds; (December 15, 2006 vs. Atlanta Thrashers; tied with Mats Sundin and David Legwand)