Hawker_mtl Posted April 4, 2009 Report Share Posted April 4, 2009 Yep, and I never compared the two. Ovechkin is a scoring machine and more importantly he's consistent. Kovalev's vision, ability pass make him superior in terms of pure talent and skill, but no doubt Ovechkin is 10 times better. And I think that lack of consistency would be the main argument against not resigning Kovy. It's a tough choice. Sure he can break games wide open, but he can also lose you some when he dreadfully underperforms. It will be interesting what Gainey does in the off-season. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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