Posted 09 June 2014 - 06:56 AM
DINO COSTA @REALDINOCOSTA 2h
I received word from very credible source based in NJ this afternoon that DEVILS are involved in discussions to bring back Ilya Kovalchuk...
I know Costa isn't some scrub source either. Over 10k followers on Twitter. Was a main contributor to Mad Dog Radio on SiriusXM. I don't see this as some hockeyinsiderrr nonsense.
I wouldn't know how to take this if this is true or has legs at all.
Dino Costa, please, he couldn't even remember if Marty wore #30 or #31 (that happened here on this site...he made the same mistake TWICE in a post, then claimed it was a "typo" both times). He's the classic wannabe, in that he wants to be so much more important than he really is.
I'm hoping the Kovy ship has sailed forever. If Kovy were ever to come back (and it seems like even if this is the slightest bit "in the works", a LOT of obstacles will have to be overcome), then he comes off as a massive phony. What, now suddenly Russia isn't home to him anymore? Maybe he's just one of those guys who doesn't know what he wants, and can't ever truly be happy. No matter what, a declining Kovy is going to be a lot more trouble than he's worth.
Edited by Colorado Rockies 1976, 09 June 2014 - 06:58 AM.
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