Posted 09 June 2014 - 11:48 AM
No I didnt read those post's you wrote when he left (and we dont know the real reason why he left)
but I do think this team needs help scoring, and I do think in situations like: 4 on 4 / OT, in the shootout, on the PK he would help this team
just from the perspective of the other teams keying on HIM could open up the other players on our team
and he was exciting to watch at times......our team was a little drab to watch recently
No arguments on the team needing more scoring and for being a tough watch. But Kovy's exciting for the wrong reasons too.
If I could have the 2011-12 Kovy back, I'd probably take him, flaws and all. But that's probably hoping for too much.
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