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|10/01/2014||Evgeni Malkin, C PIT||P.A. Parenteau, RW MON|
Ryan Murray, D CLB
Mikko Koivu, C MIN
Nick Bjugstad, C FLA
|10/01/2014||Evgeni Malkin, C PIT||Anze Kopitar, C LA|
Corey Crawford, G CHI
|09/30/2014||Evgeni Malkin, C PIT||Tyler Seguin, C DAL|
|Last 10 Games|
|Pens' Malkin Still Not Working Out |
|(9/30/14) Evgeni Malkin (undisclosed), who hasn't been cleared to work out, will need to "follow a progression" to get back on the ice, according to coach Mike Johnston.|
|Pens' Malkin Still Not Skating |
|(9/29/14) Evgeni Malkin (undisclosed) still hasn't skated during training camp, according to Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.|
|Pens' Malkin Out For Final Two Exhibition Games |
|(9/29/14) The Penguins don't expect Evgeni Malkin to participate in their final two exhibition games Monday or Wednesday, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review's Josh Yohe reports.|
|Pens' Malkin Should Start Skating In 4-5 Days |
|(9/26/14) Evgeni Malkin's coach Mike Johnson said he expects Malkin (undisclosed) to start skating in 4-to-5 days, Josh Yohe of the Tribune-Review reports.|
|Pens' Malkin (Undisclosed) Not Practicing Tuesday |
|(9/23/14) Evgeni Malkin (undisclosed) did not practice Tuesday, Josh Yohe of the Tribune-Review reports.|
Sidney Crosby set to make preseason debut Wednesday
Penguins captain Sidney Crosby will make his preseason debut Wednesday after his training camp was delayed by a minor injury.
Pens' Malkin Still Not Working Out
Malkin (undisclosed), who hasn't been cleared to work out, will need to "follow a progression" to get back on the ice, according to coach Mike Johnston.
Pens' Malkin Still Not Skating
Malkin (undisclosed) still hasn't skated during training camp, according to Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Pens' Malkin Out For Final 2 Exhibition Games
The Penguins don't expect Malkin to participate in their final two exhibition games Monday or Wednesday, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review's Josh Yohe reports.This seems to be in line with the timetable Pittsburgh coach Mike Johnson laid out Friday, so that should increase confidence Malkin will be on the ice and producing when the regular season starts next Thursday.
Pens' Malkin Should Start Skating In 4-5 Days
Malkin's coach Mike Johnson said he expects Malkin to start skating in 4-to-5 days, Josh Yohe of teh Tribune-Review reports.The Penguins continue to insist that Malkin's injury is not serious and that he should be ready to play sooner rather than later. This time table is good news for Malkin's fantasy stock though. As long as he does indeed return in 4-to-5 days, then he shouldn't miss many regular season games.
|When Evgeni Malkin started the season with only three goals in his first 22 games, fantasy owners were alarmed. Sure enough, the Russian then rallied to net 23 goals in 60 overall games. Still, something was missing from the former Hart Trophy winner's game. Whether he missed his regular linemate, James Neal, on occasion or was playing through knee pain, Malkin wasn't his dominating self. He entered 2013-14 taking 3.69 shots per game, but averaged more than half-a-shot less per game (3.18) than his career average. The center has put together just one huge season (he compiled 109 points in 75 games in 2011-12) since Pittsburgh won the Stanley Cup in 2008-2009. Neal was traded in the summer to Nashville, with Patric Hornqvist expected to take his spot alongside Malkin. It's possible Geno reclaims his elite status at age 28, but he's no longer a sure thing. (Updated 8/13/14) |