VIDEO In the shadow of the biggest stars: The Russian machine waltzes into the NHL and breaks club records


Russian forward Artemij Panarin in the services of the NY Rangers Source: SITA/AP/Adam Hunger

NEW YORK – On Monday night, Russian hockey player Artemij Panarin contributed two assists to the New York Rangers’ 4:3 victory over Columbus after a drive, scoring in all 14 games of the current NHL season.

During this streak, he collected a total of 24 points for eight goals and 16 assists. The thirty-two-year-old krídelník vyrovnal Štrnásťzápasovou bodovou sériou since the beginning of the year Rod Gilbert’s club record from the 1972/73 season.

“Honestly, it means a lot to me. It’s a good feeling. I thank my friends and fans for support,” introduced by Panarin, who is currently the second most productive player in the competition.

He has great credit for the excellent entry of the “riders” to the season. They scored in the tenth straight match, in which they won nine, but they lead the Metropolitan Division with 23 points from 14 matches.

Host striker Jack Roslovic celebrated his small jubilee in the matches. who started his 400th game in the first team. His teammate Zach Werenski tied the club record among defenders, previously held by Seth Jones, with his 173rd assist in his professional league career.

The Czech defender is also on hold

Another productive defender, Filip Hronek, also scored a goal, with an assist helping Vancouver to a 5:2 victory over Montreal. The Czech defender scored in 10 consecutive games, equaling Doug Halward’s 1982/83 record for the third-longest scoring streak by a defenseman in club history. Hronek had 13 assists during his streak.

Galéria fotiek (2) Český defender Filip Hronek Source: SITA/AP/Jeff Chiu

The players of Dallas triumphed on the ice of Minnesota 8:3, scoring as many as five goals in overtime, breaking the club record. American veteran Joe Pavelski, who with 1,014 points (455+559), passed Pat LaFontaine to the ninth place in the historical productivity of natives from the USA.

The Stars gave the “Savage” two goals in the waning, the second goal being scored by Wyatt Johnston. The 20-year-old center is only the second player in Stars history to score a goal in a layup in two consecutive days. In March 1971, Ted Hampson did it. In the NHL, this was last given to Sweden’s William Karlsson of Vegas in March 2018. Johnston scored a goal in a layup on Sunday night at the Winnipeg ice.

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  • Source: TASR

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