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Add some Evgeni Malkin to your texts with his new emoji app

Steven Adams
| Friday, Dec. 1, 2017, 1:33 p.m.
Pittsburgh Penguin Evgeni Malkin launched an app that allows you to add his images to your messages.
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Pittsburgh Penguin Evgeni Malkin launched an app that allows you to add his images to your messages.

Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Evgeni Malkin has launched an app that adds a curated collecton of emoji stickers to your text messages.

For $1.99 you can download the Malkin Emoji app for your iPhone. Sorry, only Apple devices running iOS 10 for now.

The digital stickers show Malkin with his wife, Anna Kasterova, and also his parents, child and Sidney Crosby. One dipicts him winning a gold medal in a Russian jersey and there are three versions of him with the Stanley Cup — one for each that he won.

Download the app here .

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