Found August 26, 2013 on
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During a Russian charity game put on by Ilya Kovalchuk, Evgeni Malkin stole the show after he "fought" a 7-year-old boy. During the game's second intermission, Malkin tangled with the boy and the two "fought" until they were separated by the officials.
The game featured players associated with SKA St. Petersburg and a local youth hockey team. The boy will have an incredible story to tell all of his friends and family, which is exactly what these types of events are supposed to be about.
(H/T Reddit Hockey)
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Shocking, disturbing video has been released from Russia as Evgeni Malkin fights a 7 year old after losing a charity game.
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Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin currently has four fighting majors in his career, and it appears that he wanted to add another one to the resume during this Russian charity game. Malkin and this 7-year-old got into it during the second intermission of this charity game that was organized by Ilya Kovalchuk.
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