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Kvasha has reason to smile (NHL.com)

I think this is the best article on Kvasha I have ever read. Too bad our own press does not get to know the players like this. He had a lot to say about his career and even the trade from Florida. Very good read.

http://www.nhl.com/worldgame/eurosta...sha022704.html
Kvasha has a reason to smile
"They gave me a chance to play," he said of his new coaches. "They put me on the power play, the PK and the final minutes of a game. They trust me out there and that's a big thing for a player. You can ask anybody, trust is a big thing. Getting a chance to play is all you want; it's all you can ask for."

"Once in awhile, I went over to the left wing without thinking," Kvasha said of his first games at center. "There's a lot to get used to, waiting for your wingers, helping out your 'D' and working on getting better at draws."

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I think this is the best article on Kvasha I have ever read. Too bad our own press does not get to know the players like this. He had a lot to say about his career and even the trade from Florida. Very good read.

http://www.nhl.com/worldgame/eurosta...sha022704.html
Kvasha has a reason to smile
"They gave me a chance to play," he said of his new coaches. "They put me on the power play, the PK and the final minutes of a game. They trust me out there and that's a big thing for a player. You can ask anybody, trust is a big thing. Getting a chance to play is all you want; it's all you can ask for."

"Once in awhile, I went over to the left wing without thinking," Kvasha said of his first games at center. "There's a lot to get used to, waiting for your wingers, helping out your 'D' and working on getting better at draws."
very interesting read. thanks.

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