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Extractions: PITTSBURGH The Pittsburgh Penguins will know long before the start of training camp in September if 2004 first-round draft pick Evgeni Malkin will join an ever-growing lineup of scorers that will soon include Sidney Crosby. Advertisement Penguins general manager Craig Patrick has already talked to one of Malkin's agents, Pat Brisson, about signing the 18-year-old center for the 2005-06 season. Brisson also represents Crosby, which could be a plus for the Penguins. With Malkin's agents also handling the 17-year-old Crosby, the Canadian super prospect who will be drafted No. 1 Saturday by the Penguins, it's likely they will push Malkin to sign with Pittsburgh so the two teens can start playing together and learning each other's games. If that happens, it's conceivable the Penguins could open the season Oct. 5 with Crosby centering a top line that also includes player-owner Mario Lemieux and Mark Recchi , and Malkin centering their second line.
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Extractions: Biographie The Pittsburgh Penguins selected Mark Recchi 67th overall, in the 4th round of the 1988 NHL Entry Draft. The diminutive 5'10" 185 pound forward from Kamloops, British Columbia was overlooked by many NHL teams because of his size, despite putting up some amazing numbers in the Western Hockey League (WHL). After Pittsburgh drafted him in 1988, Recchi joined the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the now defunct International Hockey League (IHL) for the 1988-89 season. He was named to the IHL Second All-Star Team and was also recalled for 15 games with Pittsburgh where he registered his first goal and assist of his career. The 1989-90 season was Recchi's first full season as an NHL regular, he played in 74 games for the Penguins, registering 67 points in his rookie campaign. The 1990-91 season is a year that Recchi himself will never forget. He topped the 100-point plateau in only his second year, when he tallied 113 points in 78 games. He also had an amazing playoffs in which he scored 34 points in 24 games to help Mario Lemieux and company win the 1991 Stanley Cup. Recchi also played in his first NHL All Star game during the 1991 season. The 1991-92 season started out great for Recchi as he registered 70 points in 58 games. He was then traded to the Philadelphia Flyers, for the first of two stops
Extractions: Mark Recchi at the 1998 Winter Olympics Mark Recchi (born February 1 ) is an ice hockey player, currently with the Pittsburgh Penguins NHL team. He plays center and left wing, and is a seven-time All Star selection. Recchi was born in Kamloops, British Columbia and is 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m), weighing 185 lb (84 kg). He played his junior hockey for the Kamloops Blazers of the Western Hockey League . His number 8 was retired by the team shortly after he left for the NHL. He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins , first playing in the NHL 1988, and was the top point scorer in their Stanley Cup winning side in The following season he was traded to the Philadelphia Flyers , as part of a deal which brought Rick Tocchet and Kjell Samuelsson to Pittsburgh. He played for Philadelphia from 1992 to 1995, including a 53 goal, 70 assist, 123 point season in 1992-93, still the Flyers single-season point scoring record. In 1995, he was traded to the Montreal Canadiens in a deal for Eric Desjardins and John Leclair , but was reaccquired by the Flyers for the 1998-99 season, and was consistently among their top scorers. In August 2004, he rejoined the Penguins as a