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Financial breakdown of Ilya Kovalchuk's US$102-million, 17-year contract

Here is the financial breakdown of Ilya Kovalchuk's US$102-million, 17-year contract that was rejected by the NHL on Tuesday night:

2010-11—$6 million

2011-12—$6 million

2012-13—$11.5 million

2013-14—$11.5 million

2014-15—$11.5 million

2015-16—$11.5 million

2016-17—$11.5 million

2017-18—$10.5 million

2018-19—$8.5 million

2019-20—$6.5 million

2020-21—$3.5 million

2021-22—$750,000

2022-23—$550,000

2023-24—$550,000

2024-25—$550,000

2025-26—$550,000

2026-27—$550,000

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