Evgeni Malkin

Note: Evgeni Malkin is still active so this page may not be up-to-date during the hockey season.

Career

  • NHL: 2006-16; 10 seasons, all quality
  • 295G (11th Russian All Time), 465A (10th) for 760P (13th), +57 in 644 games; 93.4 PS; 20:24 ATOI
  • Malkin is currently 10th All Time in APG and 14th in PPG
  • In his draft class,[1. 2004] Malkin[5. Drafted 2nd overall] is 9th in Games but 2nd in Goals, 1st in Assists, 2nd in Points and 7th in Plus Minus
  • Era: Malkin is 11th in Goals, 3rd in GPG and OPS, 9th in Assists, 5th in APG, 6th in Points, 2nd in PPG and 5th in PS despite being 135th in Games[6. Of the 176 players to play in at least 650 games between 2006 and the present]
  • 82-game average: 38G, 59A for 97P, +7
  • 3-year peak (2007-10): 82-game average of 39G, 66A for 104P, +9
  • Possession[7. Since 2007-08]: 53 CF%, 3 CF%Rel, 53.2 FF%, 2.2 FF% Rel
  • Playoffs: 48G, 81A for 129P, +8 in 124 games; 20:17 ATOI
  • Playoffs Possession[8. Since 2007-08]: 531. CF%, 41. CF%Rel, 53.7 FF%, 2.9 FF%Rel
  • Adjusted: 334G, 514A for 848P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 43G, 65A for 108P
  • Malkin is 17th All Time in Adjusted PPG if the qualifier is set to 500 games
  • Never traded.

Accomplishments

  • Hart (’12), Ted Lindsay (’12), Calder (’07)
  • Conn Smythe (’09)
  • Art Ross (’09, ’12)
  • Top 5 in Hart voting a further two times (’08, ’09)
  • Top 5 Player[9. By Point Shares] once (’12), Top 10 thrice (’08, ’09)
  • Best Offensive Player[10. By Offensive Point Shares] once (’12), Top 5 thrice (’08, ’09)
  • Scored 50 goals once, 45 goals twice, 35 goals thrice, 30 goals four times, 25 goals seven times, 20 goals eight times
  • Tallied 70 assists once, 50 assists four times, 40 assists seven times
  • Scored 110 points once, 100 points thrice, 80 points four times, 70 points six times, 50 points eight times
  • Top 5 in Goals twice
  • Top 5 in GPG once, Top 10 thrice
  • Led the league in Assists once, Top 5 twice, Top 10 four times
  • Led the league in APG once, Top 5 thrice, Top 10 six times
  • Led the league in Points twice, Top 5 thrice
  • Led the league in PPG once, Top 5 five times, Top 10 seven times
  • 1st Team All Star thrice, All Rookie
  • 3 All Star Games
  • Monthly 1st Star once, Rookie of the Month twice, Monthly 2nd Star thrice
  • Weekly 1st Star four times, Weekly 2nd Star once, Weekly 3rd Star thrice.
  • Non-NHL:
    • KHL MVP once.

Great Teams

  • MVP[11. Led the playoffs in assists and points, which was the most points in the playoffs in over a decade] on one one Champion (’09 Penguins), Top 3 Forward[12. By points] on one Champion (’16 Penguins), Runner Up (’08 Penguins) and one Final Four (’13 Penguins)
  • MVP on one World Champion (’12 Russia), Best Player?[13. By points] on one World Champion Runner Up (’15 Russia), Top 3 Forward[14. By points] on one World Champion Runner Up (’10 Russia), Top 6? Forward[15. By points] on one World Champion (’14 Russia) and two Bronzes (’05, ’07 Russia)
  • Best Skater[16. By points] on one WJC Runner up (’06 Russia), Top 3 Forward on one WJC Runner Up (’05 Russia)

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