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Ilya Kovalchuk Retires From NHL

3 years agoSports : Deadspin

Thirty-year-old Devils star Ilya Kovalchuk will "retire" from the NHL, most likely to return to Russia and the KHL. It's a big day for CapGeek. Read more...

Isn't It Obvious? the Devils Will Eventually Amnesty Ilya Kovalchuk

It was my friend Kyle who brought it up to me first. When he said it, a light went on in my head. It illuminated something obvious. Ilya Kovalchuk is never seeing the end of that ridiculous contract. This article isn't a Kovalchuk-bashing session. Show More Summary

Kovalchuk Headlines Russia's World Championship Roster

New Jersey Devils forward Ilya Kovalchuk was one of six NHL players named to Russia’s world hockey championship roster on Tuesday.

4 Weaknesses Hurting the Devils' Chances of Making the Playoffs

Ilya Kovalchuk went down with a shoulder injury March 23 in a game against the Florida Panthers. The New Jersey Devils have not won a game since. Over the 0-3-4 span, the team has scored more than two goals just once. The Devils have fallen out of the playoffs and sit two points behind the Rangers and Islanders for the final spots. Show More Summary

Grading Martin Brodeur's Performance Since Return from Injury

Martin Brodeur returned to his hallowed place between the pipes for the New Jersey Devils one week ago, and it could not have come at a more pressing time. A shoulder injury has rendered winger Ilya Kovalchuk to the sidelines, and he joins Dainius Zubrus and Alexei Ponikarovsky to form a full line of injured top-six forwards. Show More Summary

NHL Trade Rumors: Will Ilya Kovalchuk's Injury Lead to a New Jersey Devils Deal?

According to Tom Gulitti, Ilya Kovalchuk's MRI today showed no further damage to his injured shoulder and the winger is expected to miss 2-4 weeks. Devils say MRI on Kovalchuk's shoulder didn't show anything different than the X-ray, so 2-4 week projection for his recovery remains same. Show More Summary

New Jersey Devils: 6 Players Who Need to Step Up During Ilya Kovalchuk's Absence

Ilya Kovalchuk, the New Jersey Devils' star right-winger, left Saturday night's game against the Florida Panthers with a shoulder injury. According to The Bergen Record (h/t Katie Strang of ESPN), it was revealed today that, while x-rays are negative, Kovy will still miss somewhere between two and four weeks. Show More Summary

Ilya Kovalchuk Injury: Updates on New Jersey Devils Star's Shoulder

New Jersey Devils star winger Ilya Kovalchuk left Saturday evening's game against the Florida Panthers with a right shoulder injury. staff writer Mike Morreale broke the news on Twitter: Kovalchuk led with his right shoulderShow More Summary

5 Reasons to Favor the New Jersey Devils to Win the Atlantic Division

There is no way to discount the recent slide Ilya Kovalchuk and the New Jersey Devils have been on recently. They have gone 2-4-1 in the past two weeks with a minus nine goal differential during the downswing. A few injuries—the most recent of which has been the aging back of 40-year-old Martin Brodeur — seem to be affecting the chemistry. Show More Summary

Ilya Kovalchuk's Hard Work Paying off for New Jersey Devils

Ilya Kovalchuk came to the New Jersey Devils with a reputation as an extremely talented, yet selfish player. Three years later, only the talented part remains. With his play and demeanor during the Devils' run to the Stanley Cup Finals last spring, Kovalchuk not only buried the "selfish" label, he obliterated it. Show More Summary

NHL: Why Ilya Kovalchuk Is the Key to the New Jersey Devils' Success in 2013

While the statistics may not show it so far this season, Ilya Kovalchuk will still be the key to the New Jersey Devils future success. Kovalchuk currently has four goals and six assists through the team's first 12 games, ranking him third on the team in points behind David Clarkson and Patrik Elias. Show More Summary

Here's The Best Goal From The KHL All-Star Game, Which Had A Final Score Of 18-11

3 years agoSports : Deadspin

The KHL All-Star Game was more notable for the NHLers playing—Ilya Kovalchuk and Pavel Datsyuk took part after getting permission from their American teams, even after Kovalchuk made comments casting doubt on his intentions to return to the Devils this year. (Lubomir Visnovky wasn't an all-star, but he's still not coming back to the Islanders.) More »

Watch: Ilya Kovalchuk tries pairs skating in KHL event

Devils star and Pavel Datsyuk make the highlight reels in the KHL skills competition

As Ilya Kovalchuk Spurns the Start of Training Camp, Devils Lack a Clear Captain

Ilya Kovalchuk still has not returned from Russia's Kontinental Hockey League, but do not worry New Jersey Devils fans. He plans to return January 15th, according to Tom Gulitti's Fire and Ice blog. It never was in question, really. Sure, he and other Russian stars like Evgeni Malkin and Pavel Datsyuk love to play in their home country. Show More Summary

Will Ilya Kovalchuk come back to the NHL?

Ilya Kovalchuk states he is not in a hurry to leave the KHL and that he wants to play in the league's All-Star Game. New Jersey Devils star forward Ilya Kovalchuk isn't in any hurry to return home. Following a day full of rumors in North...Show More Summary

Ilya Kovalchuk: Uncertainty Much Ado About Nothing?

The nightmarish NHL lockout, in which hockey Armageddon was narrowly avoided, will fade into the past once the deal is ratified by the NHLPA and teams are preparing to open an abbreviated training camp. In anticipation of a possibleShow More Summary

Ilya Kovalchuk's KHL appearance raises speculation

Appearance raises speculation that he might be staying in Russia

Ilya Kovalchuk Considering Staying in Russia Despite NHL Lockout Ending

New Jersey Devils star forward Ilya Kovalchuk is reportedly considering staying in Russia to play professional hockey instead of returning to the NHL now that the lockout is over, according to Slava Malamud of Russia’s Sport-Express: Kovalchuk says, 'I will need to read the new agreement' before he decides what to do next. Show More Summary

NHL Lockout: Overseas Stars Fans Should Be Watching While Labor Dispute Rages on

While many NHL players are standing around with their arms crossed, awaiting the end of the current lockout, others, like Alexander Ovechkin and Ilya Kovalchuk, are wasting no time, excelling overseas for European clubs. The latest lockout developments came on Thursday, when the NHL made an offer to the Players' Association. Show More Summary

Malkin, Kovalchuk Lift Russia Past Finland

Goals from Evgeni Malkin and Ilya Kovalchuk brought Russia a 3-1 victory over Finland at their home Euro Hockey Tour stage Sunday to maintain a perfect record.

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