I'm as upset as you are, Ovi.
Long story short, the "Worldwide Leader In Sports" has seemingly forgotten that there are four professional leagues in North America.
With that in mind, there might not be a bigger critic of ESPN's practices than Deadspin, who, among other things, keeps a weekly log of sports and athletes mentioned on the station's flagship "Sportscenter" program.
During the week of June 22-28, it just so happened that the Washington Capitals were the most-mentioned NHL franchise. They received 30 seconds of airtime.
That week was the week of the NHL Draft, where the Caps drafted 10 players and made a trade for Mike Ribeiro, so perhaps that was what pushed them to the top of the "leaderboard."
Meanwhile, Bryce Harper received 14 mentions on "Sportscenter." So there's that.
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