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01-11-2013, 05:06 PM
Big Phil
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I guess I'd say Kane. Kovalev drove you nuts to no end. We talk about Mogilny and Kovalev being similar but I'll tell you one thing, when Mogilny wanted to play he was more "on" than Kovalev. That being said the player with the all around best year was Kane in 2010. Kovalev was also not as valuable in his lone Cup win in 1994 as Kane was with his. It isn't unusual to talk about the fact that Kane should have won the Conn Smythe. You wouldn't say that about Kovalev at all. Leetch, Messier, Richter are all easily ahead of him. Kovalev is more in the Zubov, Graves, Larmer group.

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