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Hockey star Ilya Kovalchuk lists $15M NJ castle at massive discount

Russian-born hockey star Ilya Kovalchuk and his wife, Russian singer Nicole Andrazajtis, have relisted their Alpine, New Jersey, mansion. The couple first put the property at 10 Frick Drive on the market in 2019 for $17.99 million. It is now asking $14.99 million — down from its 2020 ask of $15.99 million.
NEW JERSEY STATE
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Devilish listing: Former NHL star Ilya Kovalchuk selling NJ mansion

The devil that came up from Georgia is willing to make a deal: Former NHL star Ilya Kovalchuk has relisted his New Jersey mansion at a discount. Kovalchuk and his wife, singer Nicole Andrazajtis, listed the 22,000-square-foot mansion they had built in Alpine for about $15 million, the New York Post reported. The couple first tried to sell the home at 10 Frick Drive for $18 million in 2019, then lowered the ask to $16 million one year later.
GEORGIA STATE
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Russian hockey star Ilya Kovalchuk buys luxury Fisher Island condo

Hockey star Ilya Kovalchuk scored a new home in Miami Beach with his $8.5 million condo purchase on exclusive Fisher Island. Kovalchuk and his wife Nicole, both of whom are from Russia, bought a unit at Palazzo Della Luna, the newest building on Fisher Island, which is one of the wealthiest ZIP codes in the country.
MIAMI BEACH, FL
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Ilya Kovalchuk named GM of Russian Olympic team

The Russian entry to the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, will feature many familiar faces on the ice. Alex Ovechkin, Nikita Kucherov and Andrei Vasilevskiy were named as the first three players on the roster earlier this month, with many more NHL talents to come. Those familiar faces won’t stop on the roster, though, as the coaching staff and front office are also filled with names many North American hockey fans will know.

Ilya Kovalchuk terminates KHL contract, eyeing NHL return?

With Kovalchuk now 38, it’s hard to really have any idea what he can bring to an NHL lineup. During the 209-20 season, he played for the Los Angeles Kings, Montreal Canadiens and Washington Capitals, totaling 26 points in 46 games. That production came in very different ways. Kovalchuk struggled with the Kings to the point where Los Angeles told him to stay home, after recording nine points in 17 games but being a liability defensively. Then in Montreal, he seemed rejuvenated, scoring 13 points in 22 games and becoming a core piece of the Habs. When it was obvious that the Canadiens weren’t going to contend for the Stanley Cup, Kovalchuk was flipped to the Capitals, with whom he had just one goal in seven regular-season games and then was held to just a single assist in eight postseason contests.
WASHINGTON STATE