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It’s no Stanley Cup, but Kukla’s Korner reports that the Washington Capitals organization took home three Golden Matrix awards at the Information and Display and Entertainment Association’s 25th annual conference earlier this week.

The Caps’ Game Presentation department took home the association’s Best Music Video award for their Alex Ovechkin as Superman in-game video, as well as the 2007 Best Overall Video Display awards for the subdivision of hockey and the overall contest.

The Best Music Video Award recognizes excellence in pre-produced video segments that have been edited to music and where music is central to the creative impact of the piece. Washington’s Ovechkin as Superman video depicted the team’s superstar as the comic book superhero.

Here’s the video:

No word yet on whether or not each member of the Caps’ Game Presentation department will get one day to spend with the awards.