Artemi Panarin named NHL’s Third Star for December

The NHL announced earlier today that Artemi Panarin was named the league’s Third Star for the month of December. From the release: Panarin tied for the most points in the NHL in December and finished one back of the League lead in goals, posting 10-12—22 in 14 games to help the Rangers (19-16-4, 42 points) to a 6-7-1 record in the month. In his first season with New York, Panarin…

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Artemi Panarin is going to the All-Star game for the Rangers

The NHL has announced that Artemi Panarin will be the Rangers representative at the 2020 All-Star game in January. This is Panarin’s first All-Star appearance. From the Rangers release: In 38 games this season, Panarin has 21 goals and 30 assists for 51 points, along with a plus-18 rating and 12 penalty minutes. Panarin ranks eighth in the NHL (and ranks first among players in the Metropolitan Division) in points…

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Artemi Panarin has a mild groin strain and will not return

Update: David Quinn said that holding him out was more precautionary than anything else. (NYR) The Rangers have announced that Artemi Panarin will not return to tonight’s game after suffering a mild groin strain in the second period. Panarin scored a PP goal for the Rangers in the second period and played 13 minutes, had two shots, 1 shot attempt blocked, 1 shot that missed the net, two giveaways and…

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What David Quinn said about Panarin, Zibanejad and more

David Quinn met with the media on Tuesday and said the following (NYR): “Jeff has done a phenomenal job the last year and a half since our letter went out in February and bit by bit we keep adding pieces, this might be the biggest piece of them all so far.” What are you getting in Panarin, “we are getting a well-rounded player, everyone talks about his offense which speaks…

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Artemi Panarin to wear #10 for the Rangers

Artemi Panarin has decided to wear #10 with the Rangers. Panarin was choosing between #10 and #27 and he will be the first Ranger to wear #10 since JT Miller traded to Tampa in 2017. Panarin previously wore #72 while with Chicago and #9 while with Columbus. Filip Chytil currently wears #72 for the Rangers and #9 has been retired by the Rangers in honor of Adam Graves and Andy…

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What is next for the Rangers after signing Artemi Panarin

9:30AM: Trouba’s contract is expected to come in at around $7.8 million per season, according to Larry Brooks. 8:30AM: With the Rangers signing of Artemi Panarin they have around $8.7 million in cap space with RFAs Pavel Buchnevich, Brendan Lemieux, Jacob Trouba and Tony DeAngelo still left to sign. Trouba is expected to sign a seven-year deal worth between $7.5 million and $8 million per season. Current Rangers that are…

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