Saturday, October 11, 2008


MONTREAL - As the Centennial Season begins for the Montreal Canadiens, the roster has been forever etched into history. The ultimate goal is, of course, to capture Lord Stanley's Cup. Thus, each player must be at the height of his game. Bob Gainey, the Canadiens' GM has selected each player on the roster according to the Grand Design. He's also selected them according to specialized skilled.

The following is a breakdown of the skill set of one the Canadiens' premier players, Alex Kovalev.

Good Points:
  • Hit Darcy Tucker in the face. What's not to like?
  • Was not born, but grown... In ice...
  • Always willing to work with star athletes like Jaromir Jagr and Mario Lemieux in order to set career highs.
  • Able to shoot puck off Zamboni, Jumbotron, and glass, and get nothing but net.
  • Has never done anything wrong.

    Bad Points:
  • Sometimes loses site of puck through mullet.
  • Theoretically, he could have more money.
  • Incapable of ever smiling.
  • Not a strong cook.
  • Unable to have a normal conversation because everyone always just stares in amazement.
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