His time to shine.

It’s going to be fine.


  1. curtO.
    January 22, 2008 12:30 pm

    You are right PittGirl, it will be okay. This could actually be a good thing. I’m seeing them play more as a team now, instead of just “playing until Crosby comes back out on the ice” the way they have played some games this season.

    But this will create some great drama over the next 4-6 weeks depending on how it goes. The way Malkin has been playing, he is a superstar on any team. We can see if any of these minor leaguers are ready to fit in the NHL, fit on our team, or if not who we need to get before the trading deadline.

    I’m still being Mr. Optimistic…but that’s just me.

  2. Brian
    January 22, 2008 12:36 pm

    am I missing something or have you not posted a Random n@ in a while

  3. spoon
    January 22, 2008 1:22 pm

    you can watch Malkin all you want but the real force is in one THE TANG!

  4. Jenn
    January 22, 2008 2:52 pm

    As much as it sucks that Sid’s out, I’m glad the spotlight is shifting to Malkin. No doubt the two are a dynamic duo, but it seems to me as if Malkin’s been skating in the shadows far too long. I think he’s very underrated and deserves so much more credit. Go Malkin!!!

  5. Pensgirl
    January 22, 2008 3:18 pm

    Malkin’s wonderful, and the way he’s elevated his game has been fantastic. But at the game last night, you could feel Sid’s absence on the ice. His whirling-dirvish living-electron energy fills the arena, and despite the fact that it was easily the best crowd of any game I’ve been to this year, there was still a Sid-sized hole in the atmosphere.

    We’ll do OK. And Malkin will be terrific. But what happened was not a swapping of the two – before we had both, and now we have one. It’s not so much a silver lining as just a slightly smaller cloud.

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