NHL Power Ranking: Evgeni Malkin and the Most Devastating Injuries This Year Every team in the NHL deals with the injury bug at some point over a long 82-game season. But for some players, the bug hits harder than they could have ever imagined. Seasons full of promise come to an end. The possibility of…
Malkin To Undergo Surgery, Expected To Miss 6 Months PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Evgeni Malkin’s season is officially over. Today, the Pittsburgh Penguins announced that Malkin will undergo surgery on Thursday to repair a torn ACL and MCL in his right knee. Malkin suffered the [...] Read more on CBS Pittsburgh
Malkin schedules surgery, faces 6 months rehab Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin will miss the rest of the NHL season. He will undergo surgery Thursday to repair torn knee ligaments and is expected to spend six months rehabilitating. Read more on CBC.ca
Malkin undergoes successful knee surgery Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma announced that center Evgeni Malkin had successful surgery Thursday to repair a torn ACL and MCL in his right knee. Read more on Slam! Sports
This is a video of Evgeni Malkin scoring his 4th goal in only his 4th NHL game. Neither Lemieux, Gretzky, or Crosby accomplished 4 goals in 4 games to start their career.
Petri Vehanen(Finland, Ak Bars Kazan) makes a remarkable save on Evgeni Malkin(Russia, Pittsburgh Penguins). Russia vs. Finland, IIHF WHC 2010, May 18th 2010.
Evgeni Malkin slewfoots Paul Mara. Mara wasen’t happy about it and raced towards Malkin after the goal by Jagr. Rozsival and Gonchar drop the gloves. Round 2 / Game 4 – 2008 Stanley Cup Playoffs Pittsburgh Penguins @ New York Rangers May 1st 2008
Evgeni Malkin personally delivers season tickets to Penguins fans. He’s pretty ugly. So are they. Ugly.
Evgeni Malkin May Need Surgery After Tearing Two Ligaments in Knee PITTSBURGH — The injury news just keeps getting worse for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Evgeni Malkin — who had just returned from a five-game absence — has a major knee injury, coach Dan Bylsma said Saturday. And from the looks of it, the star forward…