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'''Evgeni Vladimirovich "Geno" Malkin''' ({{lang-rus|Евге́ний Влади́мирович Ма́лкин|p=jɪvˈɡʲenʲɪj ˈmɑlkʲɪn}};<ref>{{cite news |first=Bob |last=Smizik |authorlink=Bob Smizik |title=Penguins' bar rises |url=http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/08261/912707-61.stm |work=[[Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]] |date=2008-09-17 |accessdate=2009-04-22}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |last=Molinari |first=Dave |title=Oh, for good 'ol golden nicknaming days of yore |work=[[Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]] |url=http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/06302/733906-61.stm |date=2006-10-29}}</ref> born July 31, 1986) is a [[Russia]]n professional [[ice hockey]] [[centre, Left Wing (ice hockey)|center, Left Wing]] and [[alternate captain (hockey)|alternate captain]] for the [[Pittsburgh Penguins]] of the [[National Hockey League]] (NHL). Due to the [[2012 NHL lockout]], Malkin signed with the [[Kontinental Hockey League]]'s [[Metallurg Magnitogorsk]] for the [[2012-13 KHL season|2012-13]] season. He is also known for his incredible skill set and ability to make plays, earning him as one of the best players in the NHL. <ref>{{cite news |title=Malkin best player |work=blogs.thescore |url=http://blogs.thescore.com/nhl/2012/01/19/evgeni-malkin-moved-into-the-points-lead-and-is-probably-the-best-player-in-the-world/ |date=2012-1-19}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |title=Malkin best player |work=blogs.thescore |url=http://blogs.thescore.com/nhl/2011/12/21/when-evgeni-malkin-is-on-hes-probably-the-best-player-in-the-world// |date=2011-12-21}}</ref>
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'''Evgeni Vladimirovich "Geno" Malkin''' ({{lang-rus|Евге́ний Влади́мирович Ма́лкин|p=jɪvˈɡʲenʲɪj ˈmɑlkʲɪn}};<ref>{{cite news |first=Bob |last=Smizik |authorlink=Bob Smizik |title=Penguins' bar rises |url=http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/08261/912707-61.stm |work=[[Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]] |date=2008-09-17 |accessdate=2009-04-22}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |last=Molinari |first=Dave |title=Oh, for good 'ol golden nicknaming days of yore |work=[[Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]] |url=http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/06302/733906-61.stm |date=2006-10-29}}</ref> born July 31, 1986) is a [[Russia]]n professional [[ice hockey]] [[centre, Left Wing (ice hockey)|center, Left Wing]] and [[alternate captain (hockey)|alternate captain]] for the [[Pittsburgh Penguins]] of the [[National Hockey League]] (NHL). Due to the [[2012 NHL lockout]], Malkin signed with the [[Kontinental Hockey League]]'s [[Metallurg Magnitogorsk]] for the [[2012-13 KHL season|2012-13]] season. He is also known for his incredible skill set and ability to make plays, earning him a reputation as one of the best players in the NHL. <ref>{{cite news |title=Malkin best player |work=blogs.thescore |url=http://blogs.thescore.com/nhl/2012/01/19/evgeni-malkin-moved-into-the-points-lead-and-is-probably-the-best-player-in-the-world/ |date=2012-1-19}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |title=Malkin best player |work=blogs.thescore |url=http://blogs.thescore.com/nhl/2011/12/21/when-evgeni-malkin-is-on-hes-probably-the-best-player-in-the-world// |date=2011-12-21}}</ref>
   
 
Chosen second overall in the [[2004 NHL Entry Draft|2004 NHL Draft]] by the Pittsburgh Penguins, Malkin's career in the NHL was delayed because of an international transfer dispute until [[2006–07 NHL season|2006–07]], in which he captured the [[Calder Memorial Trophy]] as the league's best rookie. In his second season, he helped carry Pittsburgh to the [[2008 Stanley Cup Final]] series and was a runner-up for league's MVP award, the [[Hart Memorial Trophy]]. The [[2008–09 NHL season|following season]], Malkin won the [[Art Ross Trophy]], awarded to the top-scorer in the NHL and again finished runner-up for the Hart Trophy while he and the Penguins won the [[2009 Stanley Cup|Stanley Cup]] championship and Malkin the [[Conn Smythe Trophy]]. A second Art Ross Trophy was earned after the [[2011-12 NHL season|2011–12 season]], in which Malkin's 12-point margin was the largest since [[1998-99 NHL season|1999]]. On June 20, 2012, Malkin was named the [[Hart Memorial Trophy]] winner as the league's MVP, for the [[2011-12 NHL season|2011-12 season]].
 
Chosen second overall in the [[2004 NHL Entry Draft|2004 NHL Draft]] by the Pittsburgh Penguins, Malkin's career in the NHL was delayed because of an international transfer dispute until [[2006–07 NHL season|2006–07]], in which he captured the [[Calder Memorial Trophy]] as the league's best rookie. In his second season, he helped carry Pittsburgh to the [[2008 Stanley Cup Final]] series and was a runner-up for league's MVP award, the [[Hart Memorial Trophy]]. The [[2008–09 NHL season|following season]], Malkin won the [[Art Ross Trophy]], awarded to the top-scorer in the NHL and again finished runner-up for the Hart Trophy while he and the Penguins won the [[2009 Stanley Cup|Stanley Cup]] championship and Malkin the [[Conn Smythe Trophy]]. A second Art Ross Trophy was earned after the [[2011-12 NHL season|2011–12 season]], in which Malkin's 12-point margin was the largest since [[1998-99 NHL season|1999]]. On June 20, 2012, Malkin was named the [[Hart Memorial Trophy]] winner as the league's MVP, for the [[2011-12 NHL season|2011-12 season]].
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Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 04:53:09 PM
Status: Reported
Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 04:53:09 PM #101595
Bradley (anonymous)

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Wednesday, the 13th of July 2016 at 06:50:16 AM #105096
Anonymous (anonymous)

Indeed this looks like a bot mistake. That said, Bradley did report lots of reverts that seem fine, possibly link spamming in the comment.

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