Ovi can't even light up the KHL, can we finally admit that he's past his prime?
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10-24-2012, 09:38 PM
Join Date: Feb 2010
It will be hard for Ovi to get back to scoring 65 goals and he may never reach that point again because Ovi's early career was historically good. That said saying he is out of his prime is ridiculous especially based off KHL stats. I could still see Ovi score 50 goals again and i honestly hope Ovi proves me wrong and maybe score 60+ again if he adapts his game for his declining explosiveness.
Honest question to the OP, have you've seen any Dynamo Moscow games this year? I have seen most of their games and if you see the style of Dynamo Moscow plays you will see why it is one of the factors of Ovi's lower scoring output. I hope some of our Russian posters will chime in as well!
That being said Ovi has been playing really physical in the KHL and his back checking is actually showing improvement. The effort is there but just watch the way Dynamo plays...
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