If you are watching 40 games per week of hockey you must have some other teams to watch.
Update- Bylsma says they were holding Malking out of the 3rd p for knee soreness and rest and not injury.
'Malkin barely played in the third period. In the second period, he had his legs taken out on a faceoff by Calgary's Curtis Glencross. He remained in the game but played only on a power play in the third period, sitting on the bench while the Penguins held off Calgary's furious charge.
Coach Dan Bylsma indicated that there is nothing seriously wrong with Malkin."
"Just played a lot of hockey and was a little sore," Bylsma said. "The score dictated that we were going to keep him off the ice. Given the score and situation - we have a game tomorrow - we weren't putting him on the ice."