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In Boston, Orlov creates a new Stanley Cup record


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Moscow, April 24 – Russian Dmitry Orlov became the first defender in the history of the Boston Bruins team, who managed to score points in four consecutive matches for the first time in the National Hockey League (NHL) playoffs.
Orloff recorded an assist in Game 4 of the first round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs against the Florida Panthers. In total, the Russian player has scored five assists in the current Stanley Cup.
Orloff also became just the sixth NHL defensive player since 1997 to score a point in each of his first four games for the team. Previously, it was succeeded by Chris Russell, Jack Johnson, Chris Pronger, Ryan Whitney and Matthias Hollande.

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Orloff was traded to Boston from the Washington Capitals in late February. After moving to a new team, the 2014 world champion scored 17 points (4 goals + 13 assists) in 23 matches.

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