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Standing Ovation for Tarasenko in St. Louis, Leaves the Russian Emotional

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Moscow, April 7 – The St. Louis Blues hosted the New York Rangers at home in an NHL regular season game.
One of the key figures in the meeting was the striker of the Russian “Rangers” Vladimir Tarasenko. In February, the Russian player was traded to the Blueshirts from St. Louis, where he spent 11 seasons, won the Stanley Cup and became one of the club’s legends. At one of the pauses during the match, the Blues greeted Tarasenko with a touching video, and the fans of the “musicians” gave the Russian a standing ovation.

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The meeting ended with the victory of “St. Louis” in overtime with a score of 3: 2. Tarasenko scored a goal and an assist and was recognized as the third star of the match.

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