Evgeni Malkin reveals how long he'll play and reacts to major changes within the team

"I think we're a stronger team than last year. I hope we stay together and our goal is the playoffs, be a winner every game."

by Sead Dedovic
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Evgeni Malkin reveals how long he'll play and reacts to major changes within the team
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Evgeni Malkin is an important player for the Pittsburgh Penguins, but many are wondering what his ambitions are for the future and whether he will stay with the team. A few days ago, Malkin confirmed how long he plans to stay; "Three more years, I hope," - he said, as quoted by NHL.com!

Evgeni is an ambitious player who wants to be a key player in the success of his team. He believes that they have a team that is ready to do great things. "I think we're a stronger team than last year. I hope we stay together and our goal is the playoffs, be a winner every game."


Evgeni Malkin: We changed a lot this year

As a result of a disappointing previous season, the team decided to make some major changes, especially when it came to the management of the team.

The experienced player is also surprised by the number of changes, but he anticipates that these will be positive changes that will return his team to the right place in the near future. Their season could be something completely different from what they are used to.

The team is determined to prove themselves this season. Penguins are determined to show everyone they are capable of great things. Everyone is confident that they will be able to achieve their goals.
"Every day I wake up and I read something new.

It's so, like, new for me. We changed a lot this year. I hope it helps the team be stronger, be better. We're not happy with last year, for sure. This organization, owners, coaches, players, we're here to win. Last season was very disappointing for us.

Now we look forward. It's new teammates, new faces here. We try to be better every day." Certainly, it will be interesting to follow the performances of the Pittsburgh Penguins this season.

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