Panarin’s goal could not save Rangers from losing to Florida 05:45

Florida Panthers defeated New York Rangers in the regular season match of the National Hockey League (NHL).

The meeting took place at the Amerant Bank Arena stadium in Sunrise, USA, and ended with a score of 4:3 for the Panthers.

Evan Rodriguez, Sam Rinehart, who scored a double, and Carter Verage scored for Florida. The winning team’s goal was defended by Russian goalkeeper Sergei Bobrovsky, who spent the entire match on the field.

Russian striker Artemi Panarin scored one of Rangers’ goals. The hockey player scored Bobrovsky’s goal in the 34th minute of the match, making the score 1:2. His assistants were Alexi Lafreniere and Ryan Lindgren. For Panarin, this puck became an anniversary goal (20th) in the current NHL regular season. In total, he has 47 points (20+27) in 34 regular season games. Will Killey and Mika Zibanejad also scored for the Rangers.

Rangers suffered their first defeat after two wins. Florida extended its winning streak to three games.

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Source: Gazeta

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