Artemi Panarin

NHL Playoffs: Rangers Lacking Urgency To Knock out the Hurricanes

Going into Game 4 with a three games to none series lead over the Carolina Hurricanes, it looked like the New York Rangers would easily move on to the Eastern Conference Finals. Two games later, this series is now three to two as the Hurricanes have taken two straight from the Blueshirts. Not only are […]

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Rangers’ Second Line Doing Everything Right

The New York Rangers‘ second line, consisting of Alexis Lafreniere, Vincent Trocheck, and Artemi Panarin, was dominant in the regular season. Each player recorded career highs in points as Lafreniere had 57 (28 goals and 29 assists), Trocheck had 77 (25 goals and 52 assists), and Panarin had 120 (49 goals and 71 assists). Not […]

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Vincent Trocheck’s Big Night Gives New York Rangers 2-0 Series Lead | 05/07/2024

When Vincent Trocheck stuffed home a loose puck at 7:34 in the second overtime late Tuesday evening, Madison Square Garden erupted in jubilee and relief. The goal capped a tight game that saw several ferocious offensive pushes from the Carolina Hurricanes, a pair of goals from the Rangers’ Alexis Lafreniere and the Hurricanes’ Jake Guentzel, […]

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Panarin Rewriting his Playoff History as Rangers Bring Winning Streak to Second Round

Rangers forward Artemi Panarin notably approached this season with a new look, debuting a completely shaved head for the start of the year, but the skilled Russian winger noted that a change of hairstyle wasn’t going to be enough to erase the disappointment he felt from his last season performance. “It’s probably only hockey that […]

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Opinion: Laviolette Did Wonders With the Rangers This Season

The NHL Broadcasters’ Association got it right when it came to picking their three finalists for the Jack Adams Award, which, according to the award’s definition, is “presented to the head coach who has contributed the most to his team’s success. The three finalists, which were announced on Friday, May 3, Rick Tocchet (Vancouver Canucks), […]

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Connor Bedard: Calder Finalist

The NHL announced on Tuesday, April 30th the three Calder Trophy Finalists – Connor Bedard, Brock Faber, and Luke Hughes. The three finalists each put on a show this season, overall having a spectacular rookie year. The annual Awards ceremony will take place in Las Vegas on June 27th. Related Post: Calder Trophy Finalists Announced […]

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NHL Playoffs: Grading the Rangers In Their First Round Sweep of the Capitals

Everyone knew that the New York Rangers would win their first round series with the Washington Capitals. It was just a matter of how many games it would take and how dominant the Blueshirts would be. The Rangers more than took care of business as they swept the Capitals in what was a very easy […]

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NHL Playoffs: Rangers Knock Capitals Out in Game 4, 4-2 Victory | 4/28/2024

The Rangers eliminated the Washington Capitals on Sunday, April 28th at the Capital One Arena with a 4-2 victory. New York is the first team to move into the second round, and they’ll play either the Carolina Hurricanes or the New York Islanders. Carolina leads the best-of-7 series 3-1, and they’ll host the Islanders on […]

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Rangers Must Use Killer Instinct in Game 4 Against the Capitals

The New York Rangers may be up three games to none in their first-round series with the Washington Capitals, but this series could just as easily be 2-1 Rangers or 2-1 Capitals. In their 4-3 win on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden, the Blueshirts let the Capitals hang around in the game for too […]

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Fourth Line Drives New York Rangers to Big Game 1 Victory Over the Washington Capitals

To succeed in the Stanley Cup playoffs, teams must have all of their lines going. It is crucial that each team’s big stars play well, that everyone plays a 200-foot game, and that they consistently get the goaltending they need to lift hockey’s Holy Grail come June. It is a pretty simple formula. With that […]

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