Kovalchuk desperately wants to be the highest paid Russian player and best archrival Alexander Ovechkin’s annual salary of $9.58 million per season.
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And while Kovalchuk’s talent is, at times, on par with the “Great No. 8,” it’s likely that the only place that Kovy’s going to get $10 million per season is in the Kontinenal Hockey League, where a club in St. Petersburg may be willing to improve on its four-year, $36 million deal to lure him to join former San Jose Sharks netminder Evgeni Nabokov in the “old man’s league.”
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