If one of your favorite team's top players has decided to take his talents to the KHL during the NHL lockout -- or any European league -- one of your top concerns is probably something along the lines, "Just don't get hurt."
And you might hold your breath everytime they take a big hit.
Kind of like this hip-check from Andrei Zubarev that Pittsburgh's Evgeni Malkin was on the receiving end of just 10 minutes into his KHL debut on Thursday -- a 4-3 overtime loss -- against Salavat Ufa.
Malkin was uninjured and ended up having a strong game. He drew a penalty and helped set up two of Metallurg Magnitogorsk's goals, including the tying goal with less than a minute to play in the third period to force overtime.