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More About Ilya Kovalchuk Jerseys

One of the most exciting, dynamic players in the game, this Russian superstar has been thrilling fans in Atlanta, New Jersey and internationally for a decade now. His recent signing with the New Jersey Devils was an absolute mess that required the NHL, NHLPA and independent arbitrators to get it all sorted out. However, the saga is finally over and the Devils got their man. Watch for Ilya Kovalchuk jerseys to be one of the hottest apparel choices for fans across the NHL this season. The deal, worth $100 million over 15 years should ensure that Kovy spends the remainder of his career with the club.

Kovalchuk Goes First Overall in the NHL Entry Draft

After starring for two years with HC Spartak Moscow of the Russian Superleague Kovalchuk was drafted first overall by the Atlanta Thrashers in 2001. That selection was particularly significant as it made Kovalchuk the first ever Russian player to be selected #1 in the draft (since matched by Alexander Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals).

The big left winger was an immediate boon to his club, scoring 51 points in his rookie season in just 65 games played. However, he would be edged out of earning the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year by Thrashers teammate Dany Heatley.

Kovalchuk is one of the purest snipers in the game today and that became readily apparent over the next two seasons in which he scored 38 and 41 goals respectively. That 41 goal total in his third season tied him with Rick Nash of the Columbus Blue Jackets and Jarome Iginla of the Calgary Flames for the league lead, earning him a share of the coveted Rocket Richard Trophy.

Kovalchuk Scores 50

After the NHL lockout season of 2004-05 during which Kovalchuk plied his trade with Ak Bars Kazan of the Russian Superleague the slick superstar returned to the NHL brimming with confidence. Kovalchuk enjoyed his best statistical season to date, eclipsing the 50 goal mark for the first time (52) and falling just shy of the 100 point plateau with 98.

Kovalchuk would hit 52 again two seasons later, and his consistent goal scoring had him ranked right up with Ovechkin as the deadliest goal scorer in the league. Unfortunately Kovalchuk couldn't do everything for the Thrashers. While he enjoyed some skilled teammates in Heatley, Marian Hossa and Marc Savard, there never seemed to be enough depth to make the Thrashers a legitimate contender. They only reached the playoffs on one occasion during his tenure there, and that ended swiftly in a 4 game sweep at the hands of the New York Rangers.

Kovalchuk Gets Traded to the New Jersey Devils

Despite numerous overtures from team management to try and resign their star it soon became apparent that Kovalchuk was going to move on. Rather than lose him to unrestricted free agency at the completion of the 2009-10 season the Thrashers dealt him to the New Jersey Devils, bringing in a package of prospects in return.

Kovalchuk took some time to adjust to his new surroundings and to a team philosophy that didn't center completely around him. In the last 27 games of the season following the trade he put up only 10 goals. He got his second taste of playoff hockey in April when his second place Devils faced off against the seventh seeded Philadelphia Flyers. Ultimately Mike Richards, Daniel Briere, Chris Pronger and crew were too much for the Devils, and Kovalchuk again bowed out early. He played decently, scoring 6 points in 5 games, but wasn't the game-breaker the Devils had hoped.

Despite his lack of production in a New Jersey Devils sweater the Devils made it clear they wanted him back. Kovalchuk was reportedly offered deals by the Los Angeles Kings and New York Islanders, but ultimately chose to ink a 17 year, $102 million deal with the Devils. However, due to the structure of the contract the NHL blocked the deal, and when an independent arbitrator sided with the league on the case Kovalchuk and the Devils were forced back to the drawing board.

Ultimately a new deal was structured that was amenable to all parties and Devils fans will see Ilya Kovalchuk wearing their team's jersey for the next decade and a half.

Ilya Kovalchuk's International Hockey Career

Much like Ryan Smyth does for Team Canada, Ilya Kovalchuk answers the bell every time his country asks for his service. Three times he has starred for the Russian Olympic team, earning a bronze medal in 2002. Because the Thrashers only made the playoffs once during his time there, Kovalchuk was able to attend the World Championships on 7 different occasions, including in 2008 & 2009 when he won back to back gold medals.