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How Artemi Panarin Helped Bring Patrick Kane to the New York Rangers


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Moscow, March 2 – New York Rangers Russian forward Artemy Panarin said he welcomed forward Patrick Kane to the team after exchanging an emoji he sent from his feature phone.
Three-time Stanley Cup winner Kane moved from the Chicago Blackhawks to the Rangers on Wednesday in a three-way deal. As part of the Blackhawks, the American played for Panarin from 2015 to 2017.

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Kane was selected first overall by Chicago in the first round of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. He won the Stanley Cup three times with the Blackhawks. Together with the US team, he won the silver medal at the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver and the bronze medal at the World Championships (2018). On account of the 34-year-old forward 1225 points (446 goals + 779 assists) in 1161 games of the NHL season. In 2016, he won the Art Ross Trophy (NHL Regular Season Leading Scorer) and Hart Award (Regular Season Most Valuable Player).

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