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23 hours ago
Rotoworld
Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Johnston said Evgeni Malkin suffered his mystery injury in the United States and not Russia.
Rotoworld 23 hours ago

Malkin sustained mystery ailment in States - Evgeni Malkin (C) Pittsburgh Penguins

Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Johnston said Evgeni Malkin suffered his mystery injury in the United States and not Russia.

Penguins notebook: Malkin picture muddy

DETROIT — The injury keeping Evgeni Malkin out this preseason is one the franchise center suffered in the United States — not Russia — according ...
PensBurgh Sep 30, 2014

Evgeni Malkin injury situation leaves fans in dark

There's more that we don't know than what we do about the Evgeni Malkin injury. Before training camp even started, on Thursday 9/18, the Pittsburgh Penguins threw a bucket of cold water on their fans, announcing that Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin both had minor injuries, and that neither would begin training camp on the ice. That report turned out to be halfway erroneous, as Crosby did in fact go out and skate for most of the drills in the first day of practice. He's sat out a few days since, but has skated the past couple of mornings, with his normal linemates of Chris Kunitz and Pascal...
PensBurgh Sep 18, 2014
Sidney Crosby AND Evgeni Malkin injured, out for beginning of camp

Sidney Crosby AND Evgeni Malkin injured, out for beginning of camp

File this one under worse news possible. (But at least it's not serious) What's about the worst news you could possibly receive the day before the team goes on the ice? How about the news that the team's two best players won't be joining their teammates due to previously unannounced injuries. Here's part of a brief statement released by the Pittsburgh Penguins today, that's basically a worst possible scenario. Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin will be held out of the start of training camp, it was announced today by Pittsburgh Penguins Executive Vice President and General Manager Jim...
On the Forecheck Sep 15, 2014

James Neal Season Preview: Trigger Man

The Predators draft day acquisition could become the high-scoring threat Nashville has yearned for its entire existence. When the Predators aquired James Neal you could hear a collective gasp resonating through the hockey world. Nashville traded for a goal scorer. Neal scored 27 goals and 61 points in 59 games last year making him just over a point per game player for the second time in three years. There is no reason to believe the 27-year-old winger can't duplicate that level of production this year. Plain and simple, Neal is a trigger man with a great shot. Since 2011 only Evgeni Malkin...

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