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Panarin dominates: Khlebushek repeated the historical record of the Rangers

Andrei SenchenkoSport correspondentAll materialsEmail to the authorNew York Rangers have officially issued an early exit to the NHL playoffs. Artemy Panarin made the greatest contribution to the success of the Blueshirts. The Russian scored three points and repeated the franchise's all-time record. Hockey players, “New York Rangers” continue the home series. After a bright victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins, Gerard Gallan's wards took on the Ottawa Senators at their site. The Canadian club this season is one of the most convenient rivals for the Rangers, as well as a favorite for Artemy Panarin. The previous two meetings of the teams ended with the victories of the rich from New York, and Panarin scored three points in the confrontation with the Senators. game and throws. Austin Watson's quick goal, who opened the scoring in the third minute of the meeting, was essentially accidental: the Rangers defenders missed the position over the penny and lost sight of Watson. The American realized his rare moment, and that was the end of the positive news for the Senators. Then Artemy Panarin stepped in — Khlebushek mercilessly torn apart the guests from Ottawa and became the first star of the meeting. ://” width=”540″ height=”360″>Then Panarin set about his favorite thing – handing out passes to partners right and left. Artemy masters this technique skillfully. One can only watch and admire how he sees the site and lines it with his passes. Probably, even Nikita Kucherov – another high-class master of creating a game and making a result – remains impressed by the actions of his compatriot. So, for example, Khlebushek assisted Andrew Kopp and helped the Rangers take the lead. Artemy took the puck at the port side and casually sent it to the far post, cutting off the entire defense of the Senators from the episode. Copp only had to take the puck and send it to the net, which the American forward did. 11299157?autostart=false” width=”540″ height=”360″>Then Panarin, together with the same Kopp at speed, organized a counter-attack two to three with the connection of Ryan Strome. Khlebusk, having barely begun to lay a turn over the goal, with a light movement rolled the puck to a patch, from where Strome, even with a great desire, could not have missed. -it-on/t-277752844/c-11299802?autostart=false” width=”540″ height=”360″>For Panarin today's match against Ottawa was already the 18th of the season, in which he made two or more assists. Thus, the Russian repeated the record of the Rangers, which Jean Ratelle set back in the 1971/72 season, and Brian Leitch and Mark Messier repeated it in the 1991/92 and 1992/93 seasons, respectively. Until the end of the regular season, Gallan's team has nine games left, so Panarin will still have the opportunity to become the sole leader of the franchise in this indicator. But Artemy is only spending his third season with the Rangers! By the way, since the transition to the camp of the Blueshirts, the Russian has already played the 73rd match, in which he scored a goal and an assist. Among the current players of the team, Panarin is the best in this component. The closest pursuer is Mika Zibanejad (54). If we take Artemy’s entire career in the NHL (and Khlebushek has been playing in North America since the 2015/16 season), then the Russian super-forward has already played his 59th game, in which he scored three or more points. Among the active players in the league in this time period, only two hockey players played more games with similar performance, whose names are predictable – Connor McDavid (81) and Leon Draisaitl (61).


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