New York Rangers forward Artemy Panarin has surpassed Igor Larionov in the National Hockey League (NHL) history’s Russian top scorers rankings.
Panarin scored an attack in the National Hockey League regular season game, where the Rangers took a massive 6-0 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins. Due to 77 (22+55) points in the current draw, he remained on the ice in 69 games throughout the season.
The 31-year-old Blueshirt striker scored 646 points in 577 career NHL games and moved up to 14th place on the list of top Russian NHL goalscorers, beating Larionov. Larionov has 644 points in 921 games.
It was previously reported that Russian goalkeeper “New York Rangers” Igor Shesterkin. known He is the first star of the National Hockey League regular championship game with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The match ended 6-0 in favor of Rangers. Shesterkin shot 34 times in this game, leaving them intact and designing the tenth close of his career in the NHL.
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