NHL Entry Draft
Kovalchuk, who signed a 15-year, $100 million contract with New Jersey in 2010, played in a KHL game Tuesday. He told Russian media he was playing to stay in shape pending the end of the lockout.
This team all season has reacted to adversity the way a championship team does. They handle business, and I don’t see any way that the Rangers allow the Senators to win another game this series.
Many loyal fans (and some well-respected hockey pundits) have suggested that the Devils would be better off continuing to lose to secure the number one pick in the draft lottery. I feel it’s necessary to dismiss that notion.