Off the Post: Penguins Hand Flyers A 5-0 Beating on Wednesday, Evgeni Malkin Post Game Comments – The Pittsburgh Penguins handed the Philadelphia Flyers a drubbing on Wednesday evening. Pittsburgh stormed out to an early lead with two goals in the first period, and ended with five goals while shutting out Philadelphia in their Game 4 win. Evgeni Malkin was a key piece to the Penguins success with two points (one goal, one assist). He spoke with Russ Cohen after the game.

Malkin has been a mainstay on the Pittsburgh ice since the 2006-07 season. He set a modern NHL record when he scored a goal in each of his first six games. He would go onto win the Calder Cup that year. You’ll find his rookie cards in a number of 2006-07 Upper Deck Hockey products. His rookie season came when Fleer also held an NHL license.

Over his career, Malkin has achieved many successes in the NHL. In addition to winning the Calder Cup, he is a three time Stanley Cup champion, winning the Conn Smythe Trophy during the team’s 2009 run. He also has one Hart Trophy, two Art Ross Trophys, the Ted Lindsay Award and seven All-Star selections. You’ll be hard pressed to not find his cards in any Upper Deck NHL product from his rookie season to today. He appears in some great 2017-18 Upper Deck Hockey products including Artifacts, Trilogy, O-Pee-Chee and many more!

Here is a look at some of Malkin’s cards as he talks about Wednesday’s win with our own Russ Cohen. You can listen to the Off the Post podcast HERE.

Off the Post: Penguins Hand Flyers A 5-0 Beating on Wednesday, Evgeni Malkin Post Game Comments

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