Malkin scores career-high 5 points in Pens' win
Evgeni Malkin was held scoreless in three of his previous five games, and he missed practice Monday because he was ill.
It seemed the Penguins' star was losing his grip on the NHL scoring title. One stellar performance was all Malkin needed to regain control.
The Russian All-Star tied a career-high with five points to surpass 100 for the second consecutive season and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Atlanta Thrashers 6-2 Tuesday night.