Striker “Pittsburgh” Evgeni Malkin said, why not very successfully spent last season, and also admitted that living in the United States, is experiencing difficulties.
Malkin stands for “penguins” for the past 13 years after leaving Magnitogorsk “metallurg” in 2006.
“Ceasing to score, lose confidence and start thinking too much. And when I think too much, start at all angry. I think last season was my fault. I just started to go crazy. Argued with Sullivan, argued with teammates, — quotes Malkin theathletic.com. — In America, I a little difficult. May be language or mentality. I know I have to be a leader in the locker room, but sometimes I’m afraid to choose the wrong words, because I know bad English”.
Last season, Malkin has played 68 games in the regular championship of NHL, having scored 72 (21+51) points. In the first round of the playoffs by Pittsburgh in four games lost to the islanders.