Artemi Panarin Joins Igor Larionov Among Greatest Russian Scorers in NHL History
Moscow, March 17 – Forward of the Russian “New York Rangers” Artemy Panarin has risen to 15th place in the list of scorers in the history of the National Hockey League (NHL) among Russians.
In the regular season match against the Pittsburgh Penguins (4: 2), Panarin scored an assist. This was the Rangers forward’s 644th career hit (207 goals and 437 assists) in 576 games. According to this indicator, he faced the Russian Igor Larionov, who scored 644 points in 921 matches (169 + 475), sharing with him the 15th place in the list of scorers in the history of the National Hockey League among Russians.
In the 2022/23 season, Panarin played 68 matches and scored 75 points (20 + 55). He is the second Russian player to reach the 75-point mark in the current tournament draw. Earlier, this was achieved by the forward of the Tampa Bay Lightning, who after 69 matches had 97 points (27 + 70) in his account.
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