Commentator Skvortsov does not believe in winning the Stanley Cup Ovechkin and Malkin in their club

Sports commentator Roman Skvortsov, speaking on behalf of their teams, expressed the opinion that Washington Capitals forward Alexander Ovechkin and Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin will not win the Stanley Cup again. His words convey “Championship”.

“I do not sincerely believe that in the compositions of the teams they currently play for, either Sasha or Zhenya will lift the Stanley Cup above their heads in the coming years. “Given that both are determined to become the heroes and legends of their clubs, I do not believe they will go to minimum wage at the end of their careers in hopes of regaining the trophy,” he said.

Note that Evgeni Malkin is a three-time Stanley Cup winner. Ovechkin won the cup once.

Formerly The Athletic published The rating of the main contenders for victory in the Stanley Cup.

Ovechkin has been in Washington since 2005. The leading Russian goalscorer in the history of the National Hockey League (NHL).

In the completed NHL playoffs, the Russian has six (1 + 5) effective actions in six games, and the benefit indicator is -2.

The 36-year-old striker managed to score 50 goals and make 40 assists during the regular season. This allowed him to become the fourth-best goal scorer in the NHL regular season.

Malkin appeared in Game 41 of the NHL regular season last season, scoring 20 goals and providing 22 assists. In the playoffs, the Russian played seven games in which he hit the opponent’s goal three times and made three assists.



Source: Gazeta

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