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2006-07 Ilya Kovalchuk Atlanta Thrashers Game Worn Jersey - Photo Match - Team Letter
Lot #140

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2006-07 Ilya Kovalchuk Atlanta Thrashers Game Worn Jersey - Photo Match - Team Letter
Lot #140
This blue air-knit gamer by Reebok was worn by Ilya Kovalchuk during the 2006-07 NHL season. Kovalchuk was the first overall selection in the 2001 NHL draft by the Atlanta Thrashers. In his rookie season of 2001-02, he finished 2nd in the Calder trophy voting to teammate Dany Heatley. With 11 years of NHL experience under his belt, Ilya has already scored 400+ goals and is scoring at a clip of a point per game. He has two 50-goal seasons and three more 40-goal seasons thus far to his credit. He has played in three NHL All Star games, has been named a 1st and a 2nd Team NHL All Star and has won the Maurice "Rocket" Richard trophy as the NHL’s leading goal scorer. Furthermore, Ilya’s international resume continues to impress with appearances in the World Cup of Hockey, numerous World Championships and three Olympic games.

The game wear on this 2nd set size 52 sweater is solid and consists of stick marks, board burns, board paint transfer, un-repaired burn holes, inner pilling and a handful of team-sewn repairs. Shown above are a handful of beautiful photo matches of Kovalchuk wearing this exact jersey during the 2006-07 season. According to set records, this sweater was worn by Ilya a total of 23 times spanning early December thru mid March. A nice multi photo matched gamer from a season that saw Kovalchuk light the lamp an impressive 42 times. This jersey will be accompanied by a Thrashers team letter.