Evgeni Malkin continued his amazing play on Sunday afternoon, adding another three points in the PIttsburgh Penguins 4-3 overtime win over the Washington Capitals. It was the Pens sixth win in a row, as Malkin's hot streak continues to pace his team's play.
Malkin won the game in overtime, as the league's leading scorer added his 26th goal of the season. James Neal fired a shot from the point, which ricocheted off the boards behind the net and right onto the stick of a waiting Malkin. The Pens center was set up on the right post and quickly flipped it past Michael Neuvirth for the game-winner.
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