Friday, May 22, 2009

Ovy's Dejection

Puck Daddy interview here.

I could just be reading too much into this, but Ovy seems totally bummed about the season ending sooner than he'd hoped. Not just a sad feeling; it seems like he sleeps with the curtains closed all day. I guess right now I'm used to the season ending early so sympathy is something I can't come up with. Kovy wants the Pens to win though, which is interesting, obviously. It must be because of Malkin and Gonchar. I guess he wants Hossa to regret leaving and come back and win a cup with him. Everybody can dream......

There is a complete feeling of apathy present throughout the interview with obvious quotes like.....

Who do you feel for if the Stanley Cup? Ilya Kovalchuk confessed that he is rooting for the Penguins.

I wouldn't say that I am feeling for the Penguins. I actually don't care who wins the Cup. If it's Detroit, Chicago or Carolina, I won't be upset.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It took me a minute to put my finger on what bothers me about Hossa.

He is trying to pick the easiest path to a Stanley Cup.

Just think of the difference between Hossa hoisting a cup this year with the Wings and Kovalchuk one hoisting one day in Atlanta.

If the there's rematch and the Pens win, Marion might learn that ironic lesson.

What Hossa fails to grasp is how much staying with Atlanta and earning