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by Paul on 12/15/13 at 04:31 PM ET
from Sergei Butov and Slava Malamud at Sport-Express (rough Google translation),
We are here to see you in training sweater tucked into pants. What can you say about the "rule of Ovechkin?"
Malkin- Yes I do with him now not ready to talk because of this! Changed all because of him, and I am suffering. It's already a habit, you know? Whole life to do something, and then forbid it. I when I fill a sweater, I feel that I'm so a hundred times more comfortable. I just cowards are - love to hung lower, and ride up here shirt. In the first month it was a terrible problem. Every time you go out on the ice, the judge you immediately "pushes", and it is also knocks the game. Well, at least now I have made a new sweater - slightly longer at the back.
Alexander just loves to show individuality - sweater pants tuck, roll the sleeves for biceps ...
Malkin- That's right, and because we want young children to emulate. And yellow laces wear and roll up the sleeves. I think the fans should like it when everyone has his own style. Vaughn, Gretzky also ran. I think the NHL correctly entered all at once forbid, with no one to consult ... And all piled one on Ovechkin. Well, then let only Ovechkin and prohibit. I talked about this with Sid, he believes that the rule may be canceled. Far too many are complaining. Can you imagine what would happen if someone's jersey in the playoff remove!
more (translated) including Olympic, Ovechkin and Crosby talk... Note the conversation with Malkin took place before his injury last night.
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