So, guys, big news in the hockey world yesterday. Ilya kovalchuk returning to be n h er going to the los angeles kings. Three years, six point five million per year. Obviously, the kings need secondary scoring. It was a big reason why they were eliminated in a sweep of gold knights last year, but same time. Is this really the right location with the king's court? As it is? I'm not sure if they can contend, i don't think a big contract to cobalt truck's gonna help he's ever going to be the franchises savior or a cancer, one of the two.
Really cold. Chuck is a future hall favor, and his days of his prime days are completely passed him. I mean, i used to remember when he plays the atlanta thrashers back in the day. He was an absolute beast back then, but three years, six million each year for the l, a kings is not worth it for them and he's on the decline. His preys on lee gang older, and i know he's, a great player, but and you will provide their leadership. But i don't think it's working on.
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