The past of the present

The past of the present

Last year Stanley Cup finalist Devils have been eliminated from the 2013 Playoffs. Was that it for Marty Brodeur? We think so.

Last year Stanley Cup finalist Devils have been eliminated from the 2013 Playoffs. Was that it for Marty Brodeur? We think so.

Marty is a Sniper :D

chinchillin67:

From our friend Fel0096, Brodeur’s credited goal

The de-facto MVP of the KHL has returned to New Jersey and is “happy to be back”.

The de-facto MVP of the KHL has returned to New Jersey and is “happy to be back”.

the fourth one.

Ilya Kovalchuk and Alexei Morozov give figure skating a try during the skills competition of the 2013 KHL All Star weekend. (x)

The KHL All Star Night

One does not simply walk away from a 100 million contract. 
bk1yndodger:

He’ll be back in a Devils jersey, don’t worry guys

One does not simply walk away from a 100 million contract.

bk1yndodger:

He’ll be back in a Devils jersey, don’t worry guys

Because

Because

Ever had salary problems? You will than easily agree with Kovy, who is currently sitting in the most lucrative and most unrealistic contract of the NHL history. 
Kovalchuk, says he doesn’t rule out the possibility of remaining in the KHL if player salaries are cut in the NHL. “What we are offered now isn’t serious,” he said. “Alex Ovechkin and I agree on this. I already discussed this matter with him as well as with Evgeny Malkin, Pavel Datsyuk and Ilya Bryzgalov. We’ll wait for other proposals. In the meantime, we are all happy here [in the KHL]. If the conditions in the NHL will be unclear, many guys will think twice whether to return there or not.”

Ever had salary problems? You will than easily agree with Kovy, who is currently sitting in the most lucrative and most unrealistic contract of the NHL history. 

Kovalchuk, says he doesn’t rule out the possibility of remaining in the KHL if player salaries are cut in the NHL. “What we are offered now isn’t serious,” he said. “Alex Ovechkin and I agree on this. I already discussed this matter with him as well as with Evgeny Malkin, Pavel Datsyuk and Ilya Bryzgalov. We’ll wait for other proposals. In the meantime, we are all happy here [in the KHL]. If the conditions in the NHL will be unclear, many guys will think twice whether to return there or not.”


Kovie’s first KHL goal

albertgazda:

Sick Tikhonov assist on Kovalchuk’s first KHL goal