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Topic - Evgeni Malkin
The Penguins fired the franchise's all-time winningest coach on Friday while hiring Jim Rutherford away from the Carolina Hurricanes to replace Ray Shero as general manager.
With the victory, Russia avenged a loss to Finland in the quarterfinals in the Sochi Olympics and earned its fifth gold since the 1991 breakup of the Soviet Union.
Star forwards Alex Ovechkin and Evgeni Malkin scored eight minutes apart to lead Russia to a 5-2 victory over Finland in the final of the ice hockey world championship on Sunday for its second title in three years.
The Pittsburgh Penguins hired Ray Shero as general manager eight years ago with the mandate to build a roster around two of the game's brightest stars and turn ticker-tape parades through downtown into an annual rite of spring.
Star forward Evgeni Malkin will join Russia at the world hockey championship after his Pittsburgh Penguins were eliminated from the NHL playoffs by the New York Rangers.
Sidney Crosby will be back. Evgeni Malkin too.
Jussi Jokinen turned blindly and flung the puck almost absentmindedly at New York Rangers net.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have had so much success at Madison Square Garden, they might not have to make a return trip to Broadway until next season.
Sidney Crosby flicked the puck away from a New York Ranger, darted around another and veered in on Henrik Lundqvist.
With their captain under fire and their season on the brink of collapse, the Pittsburgh Penguins responded with a crackling show of force.
It was Evgeni Malkin's game - until the Columbus Blue Jackets elbowed their way into the picture.
Evgeni Malkin and the Pittsburgh Penguins finally flexed their offensive muscles.
Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma wanted to send a message to his team, putting Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin exclusively on the same line.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are the closest NHL team to the Pittsburgh Penguins, at least geographically. The two franchises are separated by 185 miles of highway.
The statistics are gaudy.
"It's more important that we win the game and (end) the series," Malkin said of the 10th time he's scored three times in a game in his career.
"Going into the second round now, you feel so much better when you have confidence," said Malkin, who had not scored a goal in his last nine playoff games dating to last season. "I hope in the next round I can score more."