YouTube’s most boring video ever?

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 before he was joined by his teammates. If practice doesn’t make perfect, it doesn’t hurt.



  1. scrowe21 says:

    but it would look damn good.

  2. HNS says:

    When asked if he cared about ever winning another Cup, Kovalev responded, “In Ottawa? Seriously? What would be the point? Now, Montreal…”

    I’d bring him back. Evident his heart is still here.

  3. yathehabsrule says:

    You do realize you’d only get half of it done, right?



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  4. yathehabsrule says:

    So Stubbs, you just accidentally left you camera in a seat and this just happened to get recorded, right?




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  5. Off-side says:

    I could use him to shovel my driveway today.

  6. Rice Miller says:

    What’s next, a video of paint drying?

  7. Tag says:

    Say what you will about Kovalev, but name  another player who is:

    a) available for trade

    b) would cost almost nothing to acquire

    c) would have a bigger impact on this team and this city

    then Alex Kovalev.

    Granted, I’d take Stamkos  if he could be had, but if we remain within the realm of reality, Kovalev represents the best possible solution to fill out our top six for a playoff run.

    UFA at season’s end and if acquired at the deadline, could also be coupled with the acquisition of a number 2-4 defenseman (Bieksa?).






  8. scrowe21 says:

    He’s scoring from there tonight.

  9. HabsFanInTampa says:

    Damn, that was some boring video! Thank God there was no Coldplay song accompanying it!

  10. Dave Stubbs says:

    And just think, you’ll NEVER get that wasted 50 seconds back.

    Dave Stubbs
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  11. Julie H says:

    If you don’t want to watch the content, don’t watch it.

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  12. shiram says:

    While it wasnt action packed, i liked the loneliness it showed, its kinda surreal to see the Bell Center empty too.

  13. says:

    He was one of the best number 27s the Habs ever saw.  He was also one of the worst.  I always be a fan of his talent.

    They Call Me Shane

  14. yathehabsrule says:

    The choice of “Best number 27s” is rather limited there.

    After the Big M, there’s not much else. Shayne Corson  being the most notable forward after them.

    But personally I’d put Schneider and Chartraw ahead of AK27. At least they could play defense!!! ;P




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  15. SmartDog says:

    Those shots were all pretty much center of the net.  Unless he’s practicing 5-hole, he must be worried he’ll miss!

  16. Omit says:

    It’s too bad that there isn’t the equivalent of the Harlem Globetrotters in hockey for Kovalev.

  17. ABHabsfan says:

    I was thinking there would be some crazy Kovalev moves in that clip. I guess he is thinking that low-blocker-off-speed wrist shots might work tonight.

  18. SPATS says:

    Somebody show it to Carey, low stick side (where else?) He’ll be looking to shoot through Gills pins.


  19. Hagar says:

    That was intense.

  20. SPATS says:

    Could’ve used the time to heave 6 shovels full of snow!


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