No talking with Ottawa Senators’ Alex Kovalev after morning skate today at the Bell Centre. He’ll only speak to the media after tonight’s game vs. the Canadiens. But Kovalev was first on the ice this morning and had his usual fun with the puck bef
For the Alex Kovalev fans out there in Montreal, and there are more than a few of you:
Former Canadien Alex Kovalev shows off the latest designs from Envers
But he doesn't say much after the Senators' morning skate.
He likes playing with Cheechoo.
He wishes he could play all of Ottawa's six pre-season games.
He's not still living in
With great thanks to Andie Bennett of the Team 990, here are a few clips of Alex Kovalev speaking at his charity golf tournament, stitched together
Alex Kovalev is back in the good graces of the Russian hockey federation.
Kovy has been invited to Russia's Olympic summer tryout camp which will take place Aug.
Alex Kovalev wears a Bob Gainey jersey during pregame warmup on Feb. 23, 2008, the night Gainey's number was retired by the Canadiens.
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Former Canadien Alex Kovalev, now an Ottawa Senator, was just on a conference call from Russia. It was over in 7:48 after three reporters – Marc Antoine Godin
Ottawa is a bilingual(ish) city, so maybe Alex Kovalev gets to keep the nickname conferred upon him, with no small degree of irony, by Montreal's French media.
Alex Kovalev after a scuffle during a game last March. Kovy never lacked for confidence, and he was brimming with it as training camp opened last fall.
According to the Ottawa Senators, Alex Kovalev is in Russia – no wonder he wasn't at the Bell Centre rally yesterday! – and will be unavailable to comment