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05-06-2008, 10:50 AM
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Early in Game 7 versus Boston, the Koivu-Kovalev-Higgins line had some success cycling and generally being dangerous. We CLEARLY saw Koivu and Kovalev give each other a high-five, and there wasn't even a goal!
Koivu and Kovalev on two different lines is generally a good thing, just like Crosby and Malkin being split is generally a good thing.
But they have no problem with each other!
I think they tend to negate each other at times, rather than compliment, but that's just a style thing, not personal. The way the 2 have to adjust may take away from what each does best, but that's just me.
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