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Evgeni Malkin Rumors & News
- Height: 6' 3"
- Weight: 195
- Age 29
- Seasons: 9
- Salary: 9,500,000
- Birthplace: Magnitogorsk, USSR
PensBurgh Aug 8, 2016
Evgeni Malkin made the top 10, too. The NHL Network has launched a countdown series to get us through the rest of August. And what better countdown to do than that of the top 20 forwards in the NHL right now? Everyone loves the best - and it's a great way to get excited to see them again, first in the World Cup of Hockey, and then in, you know, the NHL. Both Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin made NHL Network's list: Malkin coming in right at number 10, with Crosby named the second best overall. Okay, we can maybe forgive NHL Network for shafting the 2016 Conn Smythe winner - he was only third...
Beaver County Times Aug 4, 2016
Chris Kunitz' Penguins tenure has seen him skate most often with Sidney Crosby, and when that hasn’t been possible he’s flanked Evgeni Malkin. That is where he finished last season, skating on Malkin’s left wing. But can that continue to…
PensBurgh Aug 3, 2016
Our countdown of the 25 best players under the age of 25 in the Pittsburgh Penguins organization begins at the back of the line with #25 - 21. Meet them, learn them and see if they ever become the next back of players for the team. The dead of summer presents a good time to look at the top players in the organization. When the season is going on, it's all about Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin and the big boys, but this series has provided an interesting look over the years at who could be making the next wave of supporting players to the Penguins stars. As we mentioned yesterday, 15 of last...
PensBurgh Jul 31, 2016
Thirty years young! Today is July 31, 2016. This day, 30 years ago, one Evgeni Malkin was born. That's right: Malkin has officially been on this planet for a full three decades, and what a full three decades they've been. It's a milestone number, both in real life and the world of professional sports. We always hear the phrase "the wrong side of 30" and, well, that's exactly where Malkin falls, now. Not that there's anything to worry about there. He's already managed 760 points in 644 NHL games throughout his 20s, and this past season, he scored 58 points in 57 games. He has played just one...