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10-19-2008, 05:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Redux91 View Post
god, would u get over it? its not about hating kovalev

its about understanding that this is a BUSINESS, and every single professional athlete will tell you that

i LOVE kovalev but, the human body doesnt get stronger after 36, unless ur bonds or clemens, cough, ..tanguay is 28... twetny freakin eight, ..meanin entering the prime of his LIFE, and we have a chance to lock him up FOR those years..

and ill always say, i think we should sign kovalev for 2 more years
I think Kovalev can play like he does now for the next 5 years. The guy barely gets touched out there on the ice and is in incredible shape. Like someone said, he can still be very effective even if he loses a step. When to comes down to it, Kovalev is always going to have that agility with both his hands and feet. Kovalev has never been a very fast skater, but he can turn on a dime. His agility on his skates and his hands is what makes him an effective player; obviously his intelligence on the ice plays a large role as well.

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