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06-02-2007, 11:47 AM
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It doesn't matter who he played with in 2000-2001, he's never going to put up 85 points in the NHL again.

His game is in decline. Believe me, Gainey is doing whatever he can to move Kovy and his albatross of a contract out of Montreal. Last season was pretty much a carbon copy of his final year in New York when they were happy to ship him to the Canadiens for Jozef Balej and a draft pick.

Personally, I like Kovalev and enjoy watching him play. But it's daft to think he's going to suddenly regain the level of productivity he had in his 20's.

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