In eight games, he scored nine points, one of Providence's top drivers, where he fights for a chance at NHL. It seems that the blacksmith did not give up, even though he did not think he was completely different.
In the summer, he signed a permanent contract with New York Islanders who, according to his practice, had guaranteed at least some matches to prove his abilities. Reality? The team with the new coach lost interest and Blacksmith traveled to Boston. Now he tries to break through, so far in vain.
Now, after the good performances, encouragement came. "Jan is a very clever hockey player, I really like his move in the attack zone," said Boston Secretary General Don Sweeney. In particular, the last words are hopeful, because if something were to be afraid of Blacksman, it was his incomplete ice skating.
It turns out that thanks to the lost kilo it can take a deeper abroad. That first-team opportunity approaches? This is not excluded, although Boston is still a leader and has no reason to change the set. "I really think it will come," says Petr Nedvěd. "Such guys who were in the yard, scoured them and started playing incredibly, there's plenty. Maybe Robert Lang."
Behind Kovář speaks stable performance, in the last three games scored a goal and three helped. It shows that it has matched the speed – AHL is, according to many, even faster than NHL, on the other hand, the players' skill is at a lower level. That's why Pisek is in-built.
"I was quite surprised at how hard he could play," said Sweeney manager. This is also a good sign, as the KHL smith was not used to playing in the body.
Honza has done something and knows what the situation is. He also knows what's best for him. He just has to wait and see how the situation will go, "Jakub Kovář commented on his brother's situation.
Two years younger Jan is doing well, but time is shorter. In Boston, he is only on trial and the current contract allows him to enter Providence Farm only in 25 matches. Now it's seventeen left. Will he then convince himself?