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Evgeni Malkin - 1000 NHL CAREER POINTS

march 14, 2019

Congratulations to our friend of the brand and athlete for the 1000th point in his HHL hockey career.

Geno scores 1000!

One of the greatest hockey players in history landed his mark with 1000th puck!

Geno scored in his very first NHL game against New Jersey Devils back in October 18th 2006 and nothing can’t stop him ever since.

Setting the record in first six games in his NHL career he continues to crash the opponents.

That was the first of many notable NHL accomplishments for Malkin, who went on to win the Calder Trophy as the NHL's top rookie following a 33-goal, 85-point season in 2006-07.

Three-times Stanley Cup winner got prizes, to name a few: MNH’s MVP, Art Ross Trophy as the League’s leading scorer twice, the Ted Lindsay Award as the top player in the NHL as selected by the players and the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.

Geno arrived in the NHL with a splash and has made plenty of waves ever since.

Nothing can stop this Tiger force. Keep it up, Geno, in the game we all love.

Geno scores 1000!

One of the greatest hockey players in history landed his mark with 1000th puck!

Geno scored in his very first NHL game against New Jersey Devils back in October 18th 2006 and nothing can’t stop him ever since.

Setting the record in first six games in his NHL career he continues to crash the opponents.

That was the first of many notable NHL accomplishments for Malkin, who went on to win the Calder Trophy as the NHL's top rookie following a 33-goal, 85-point season in 2006-07.

Three-times Stanley Cup winner got prizes, to name a few: MNH’s MVP, Art Ross Trophy as the League’s leading scorer twice, the Ted Lindsay Award as the top player in the NHL as selected by the players and the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.

Geno arrived in the NHL with a splash and has made plenty of waves ever since.

Nothing can stop this Tiger force. Keep it up, Geno, in the game we all love.

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