“One Cup,” Malkin said. “I think it's a good career for me. Just good. It's not great. (The) great thing for me is to win Cup (No.) 2.”
“Maybe I tried to score a little too hard; I don't know,” Malkin said. “It's tough.”
Malkin has thought about all of this, and he thought about it all summer — along with another number.
“Five years (would be) too long,” Malkin said of the Penguins' possible Cup drought were they not to win this season.
“Last year if we score more we win. I did not score. This year I just (need to) do my job.”
Admiting a failure is the first step towards finding the solution.
Series haunts me too.
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