Best Russian NHL Players For Forever Young Man

8. Evgeni Malkin

Evgeni Malkin

In some ways, the Ogden owner does not get the credit he deserves. Some debaters put it at the top of our list and maybe upset that we didn’t either. Although we did not put the owner in the first place, he did come close, even if he passed his prime minister.
When it comes to total power, there is no Russian player in the NHL who is more powerful. We will be severely pressured to find a player of any nationality. At 6 feet-3 and 200 pounds, the mistress is the perfect combination of size and skill.

The owner has crossed 100 points three times in one season and has led the league in scoring in 2008-09 and 2011-12. In addition to his two Art Ross wins, he has three Stanley Cup rings, a Hart Memorial Trophy, a Calder Trophy, a Con Smith, and a Ted Lindsay.

In his first 14 NHL seasons – all with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Malik scored 416 goals, 660 assists, and 1,076 points in just 907 games. Certainly in the Hockey Hall of Fame career, the owner has enough gas left in the tank to score 500 goals before he can say or do anything.

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