Sam's Drunk Dog wrote:Wow!
Un-needed smiley graphic:
jmh70 wrote:It's a shame that the Calder will seemingly be decided based on which player makes the highlight reel more often.
Sam's Drunk Dog wrote:Penny, I think that is the format for next year. I like the East/ West way better. It would suck to have Sid and Malkin play against each other in the coming years.
Jim wrote:AO is great... but he is a one trick pony. He really is only interested in scoring goals. Near the end of games (last 5 minutes) he will hit and as he is big, they look good... but is only has one thing on his mind.
He OFTEN starts to celebrate goals that haven't scored yet. a lot of the time the goalie makes the save while AO's arms are halfway up in the air. I am extremely surprised that no media people ever mention this.
Jerez wrote:He is simply fantastic. Most exciting goal-scorer in the game right now.
I'd love to have him on our team! But I'm selfish -- I want AO and Sid! Oh, and Malkin, too. And Fleury, and and and...
The puckheads know who Malkin is, and the non-hockey crowd will find out soon about the Pittsburgh Penguins' No. 2 pick in the NHL's 2004 entry draft. Malkin is a 19-year-old multifaceted center in Russia's elite league, and he is expected to play for Pittsburgh next season.
"Alex is very talented, for sure, but who knows how it goes?" said Alexander Kuzmak, an NHL commentator in Moscow who is serving as the Russian team's press officer in Turin.
"But in Russia, Malkin is considered even more talented than Ovechkin. He's not just scorer. He can create the play. He can do everything.
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