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Geno's domination upstaged by Lecavalier actions Sunday Follow me on Twitter @JohnToperzer Ho hum, Evgeni Malkin nets a natural hat trick and adds two assists in a much-needed 6-3 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday. We’ve seen that act before from Mr. Malkin. But that wasn’t the only big news of the day. Malkin ducked to avoid a check by Vincent Lecavalier in the third period an...
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