It’s a wave goodbye to Montreal and Bell Centre fans for former Canadiens all-star Alex Kovalev.André Ringuette, NHLI via Getty ImagesWell, it was a glorious summer Sunday to march around the Bell Centre, any
RDS reports that russian newspaper Soviet Sport says Alex Kovalev has already met with the Molson brothers, the new owners of the Canadiens, and new head coach Jacques
Wingers with potential free agency status on July 1st:
Alex Kovalev (UFA)
Alex Tanguay (UFA)
Chris Higgins (RFA)
Guillaume Latendresse (RFA)
Tom Kostopolous (UFA)
Gregory Stewart (RFA)
Matt D’Agostini (RFA)
Barring any big signings
I am officially Alex Kovalev:
It’s obvious that Andrei Markov holds these Montreal Canadiens together. He is the team’s best defenseman, he is the team’s leading scorer (64 points, tied with Alexei Kovalev),
With nine points in three games, Canadiens' Alex Kovalev today was named the NHL's First Star in the league's weekly Three Stars ranking.
Kovalev had two goals
The Habs are playing like the Habs again. The boys are scoring goals, skating hard, playing defensively sound and maybe most importantly – smiling.
And who can we thank
Alex Kovalev missed morning skate because he's under the weather (which is sunny and cold today in Montreal) and stayed home.
He's been declared an unhealthy scratch for
In a bit of fortuitous timing, given how much Alex Kovalev has been in the news lately, he turns up on the Radio-Canada series "Les Boys - La