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12-24-2008, 04:10 PM
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habman6
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
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Originally Posted by habfaninvictoria View Post
Kovalev is still a force. He creates chances everytime he's on the ice (sometimes for the opposition though). Last year he didn't turn it on until the latter part of the season and, while I don't know the stats I think he's ahead of last year to this point and that's without nearly as much PP production. He's a frustrating player for sure but he gets an unbelievable amount of grief from many poster on this board. If the PP gets going, and I think it will, Kovy, Tanguay and Markov will all have greater than 70 points and maybe more than 80. Kovy really hasn't gone anywhere, the chances are there but we probably lead the league in posts. There isn't one team in the league that doesn't respect and fear what he can do.
He's 4 points back

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