Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 04/09/10 at 04:13 PM ET
from Charles McGrath of the New York Times Magazine,
He also makes opportunities where there seem to be none, and has some of Wayne Gretzky’s uncanny sense of anticipation. He will often seem to be hanging harmlessly by the blue line or circling aimlessly by the boards when suddenly the puck is on his stick. But Gretzky seldom checked anyone if he could help it. His game was artistic and almost cerebral at times. Ovechkin, on the other hand, is an artist who also plays with tremendous physicality. He sometimes seems to be a brand-new kind of hockey player entirely: a hybrid who combines European finesse with North American toughness.
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