Take it to headquarters - "Air Raid, Mellon Arena." This is not a drill. I repeat, this is not a drill. We need your undivided attention. For the first six weeks of the season, the names Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin have gone missing at the top of the NHL's point leaders, for various reasons. Crosby's wingers have been disappointing to say the least, with Chris Kunitz on the Injured Reserve and Bill Guerin only bothering to show up to the rink once every fortnight. As for Malkin, he's been on the shelf himself, having missed a couple weeks with a bruised shoulder. A rather shocking occurrence, as it's been some time since one of those two names hasn't been at the top of the scoring race for the Art Ross Trophy. But honestly, you didn't expect Nos. 71 and 87 to give up their chase for th ...
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