Pittsburgh Penguins

Position
C
 
Jersey
71
Name  Evgeni Malkin
Born  7/31/1986
Height  6-3
Weight  195
Shoots  L
SeasonGAPTS+/-PIMPPSHGWHS
2013-PIT234972106270327191
2012-PIT924335364031299
2011-PIT50591091870120929339
2010-PIT152237-41850332182
2009-PIT284977-6100132758268
2008-PIT357811317801424-290
2007-PIT475910616781705-272
2006-PIT3352852801606-242
Career2403926325852488440-1883

Last 10GAPTS+/-PIMHTOITOISHTOIPPS
vs. CLB 4/16/1402200217:3100:0002:104
vs. STL 3/23/14000-14124:3200:0007:337
vs. TAM 3/22/1422400019:4300:0005:455
@ DET 3/20/14202-12222:4600:0907:557
vs. DAL 3/18/1400002018:0200:0005:154
vs. PHI 3/16/1400022122:3900:0006:405
@ PHI 3/15/14000-20019:1700:0007:051
vs. WAS 3/11/1401110016:2500:0002:283
@ WAS 3/10/14011-10118:4700:0003:270
@ ANA 3/7/14112-10120:0500:0003:295
 
Notes:
2003: Played with Alexander Ovechkin on U-18 World Championships for Team Russia... 2004: Selected by PIT in 1st round (2nd overall) in NHL Draft...2005: Returned to Russia to play for Metallurg Magnitogorsk; won Bronze Medal at World Championships...2006: NHL debut October 18th vs. NJ...Scored 1st career goal vs. Martin Brodeur...set modern-day record as 1st player to score at least one goal in each of first six games...finished rookie season with 33 goals, 85 points and won the Calder Cup...2007: Won Bronze Medal at World Championships...2008: Recorded his first NHL hat trick vs. Toronto, January 3rd...signed 5-year contract extention for $43.5 million, July 2nd; Named to All-Star game...2009: Stanley Cup Champion; won the Art Ross Trophy with 113 points; 2nd Russian to win award; named to All-Star game; scored 36 points and named Conn Smythe winner as Playoff MVP; first ever Russian to win award...2009-10: Silver Medalist with Russia at IIHF World Championships...2010-11: Named to All Star Team; misses rest of season due to knee surgery; Jan. 18th...2011-12: Named to All-Star Team; Gold Medalist with Russia at IIHF World Championships; Won Hart Trophy; Won Ted Lindsay Award; Won Art Ross Trophy...2013-14: Re-signed with Pittsburgh to an eight-year contract extension worth $76 million, June 13th.

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