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Malkin’s Injury Rehab on the Fast Track

From Puck Daddy’s Dmitry Chesnokov:

According to Evgeni Malkin’s father (what a source), who spoke with Pavel Lysenkov of Sovetsky Sport, Malkin flew to Moscow on May 10 and started on-ice workouts immediately.

“Evgeni is seriously focused. I am not even sure he will vacation somewhere this summer. He wants to approach the start of the NHL season in top form,” Malkin Sr. told Lysenkov.

It is good news for the Penguins that Malkin’s recovery is seemingly going well and he is well enough to take to the ice. The news of Malkin’s recovery may be even more important for the Penguins considering a report out of Canada that Sidney Crosby’s(notes) career may be “compromised.”

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Don’t know what Malkin’s normal offseason workouts are like, but I like this.  Hopefully, it translate to the ice come October.

Posted by pens fan in baltimore on 06/04/11 at 08:55 PM ET

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