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Chris Kunitz knows there are a lot of hockey players who would trade places with him nowadays.
He gets to reap the rewards of playing on a line with arguably the best player in the game today, Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby. And despite being 34 years old and now in his ninth full NHL season, Kunitz never has been better or more productive than he has been so far in the 2013-14 season.
Kunitz has become better than a point-per-game player since the start of last season (62 points in 56 games heading into the Pens' game Monday) and this past summer Hockey Canada officially declared him a candidate to be on the 2014 Canadian Olympic team by making him one of 45 players invited to attend Canada's Olympic orientation camp in August.