His message includes a caption that translates to “This is happiness,” according to NHL.com.
Washington Capitals blog Russian Machine Never Breaks indicated that the two got married during a small, private ceremony, so it might have actually happened a week or so ago.
Here’s the Ovechkin tweet from Sunday:
This continues a run of big news for Capitals players, with a life-changing event for Ovechkin’s partner-in-crime Nicklas Backstrom as well:
There were some fun jokes on Twitter about the happy news, with this one possibly taking the cake:
This summer figures to be a busy one from a hockey standpoint for Ovie, as he’s been part of various activities and will represent Russia at the upcoming 2016 World Cup of Hockey.
In case you’re wondering, Ovechkin will soon turn 31.