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Name  Ilya Kovalchuk
Born  4/15/1983
Height  6-3
Weight  230
Shoots  R

@ NYR 4/27/13000-20018:0601:4606:492
vs. PIT 4/25/1311200022:4601:1302:451
vs. MON 4/23/13011-10023:1102:0903:544
@ NYR 4/21/1301102021:1202:3202:070
vs. FLA 4/20/13000-10122:4300:5104:353
vs. FLA 3/23/13000-10017:2801:4001:443
@ CAR 3/21/1301110019:4700:5703:365
vs. NYR 3/19/13011-20127:3101:3707:065
vs. MON 3/16/1301100025:4200:5903:462
@ PHI 3/15/13000-10127:4003:0707:552
2001: Selected by ATL in the 1st round (1st overall) of the NHL Draft; signed 3-year, $3.3 million contract; became 1st Russian to be draft 1st overall in NHL history; finished 2nd for Calder Trophy to teammate Dany Heatley...2002: Won Olympic Bronze Medal for Russia in Salt Lake...2003-04: Tied for league-high with 41 goals; finished 2nd in league in scoring (87 points); Named to All-Star team...2005: Won bronze medal at World Championships...2005-06: Signed 5-year extension, worth $32 million contract, October 10th; scored 52 goals, tying for 3rd in league...2006: Named to Russia Olympic Team...2007: Won bronze medal at World Championships...2007-08: Scored hat tricks in back-to-back games, November 1 & 3; named to All-Star team...2008: Won gold medal at World Championships...2008-09: Named captain, January 11th; named to All-Star team...2009: Won gold medal at World Championships and named MVP; named Captain of Russia 2010 Olympic Team...2009-10: Traded to New Jersey with defenceman Anssi Salmela for three players and a 1st round draft pick, Feb. 4th...2009-10: Silver Medalist with Russia at IIHF World Championships...2010-11: Re-signed with New Jersey to a 15 year deal worth $100 million, Sept. 4th.

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