UPDATE: Please Help Raise Awareness

Posted by on March 8, 2012

“I don’t know what his problem is. He just kept shooting at me, over and over. It’s like he enjoys seeing us suffer.”

Those are the words of an NHL goalie, who preferred to remain anonymous so that he would not be targeted again.

The man he is talking about? Kovy.

Kovy has been goaling on nets since 2001, when he was recruited by a now defunct organization, the “Thrashers”, based out of Atlanta. (word is they have merely relocated to Canada and changed their name to avoid detection, and to grow their operation)

When he joined the more powerful and appropriately named “Devils” in 2010, his goalings on nets continued.

On February 14th of this year, Kovy decided that multiple goalings in a short span of time would be a good idea.

His proponents, often seen wearing red and the number 17, celebrated this event by throwing hats. Certainly an act that puts a final nail in opponent’s coffins.

If his opponents put up a strong opposition, Kovy has been known to go to a shootout, where he has proven to be unstoppable.

Here is video where he embarrasses one of his biggest opponents during the shootout.

As you can clearly see, he is ruthless, relentless, and will stop at nothing to make sure his strong belief that goalings on nets should be a nightly occurrence is carried out.

Sometimes he resorts to less violent ways of dealing with opponents when needed, but still disposes of them in a timely fashion.

Below is a list, in video form, of recent victims. (you can hit the “more” button to see a full list)
NOTE: Some images are disturbing.

You cannot stop Kovy, you can only hope to contain him.

This post is here to raise awareness of this goaling monster.

KOVY 2012!

UPDATE:

In true trolling form, shortly after the KOVY 2012 movement began, the man did it again.

This time, he performed these atrocities on nets in front of his admirers. And, as stated earlier, they showed their appreciation of these acts by showering upon him many hats.

Will this man be stopped? The real question, as scary as it may sound, is can he be stopped…

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