Russian New York Rangers forward Artemy Panarin should return to service for the team’s next match in the regular season of the National Hockey League (NHL).
Rangers head coach David Quinn has announced that Russian striker Artemy Panarin is set to play in the upcoming NHL regular season match against the Philadelphia Flyers on February 19. The words of the team mentor are quoted by the club’s official Twitter.
Panarin suffered a lower body injury in a 2-3 OT match against the Boston Bruins. Due to injury, the striker missed two matches: with Boston (0: 1) and with the New Jersey Devils (2: 5).
This season Panarin took part in 12 matches, scored five goals and gave 10 assists.
Earlier, Buchnevich ranked third among Russians in Rangers history in terms of performance.
Source: RT на русском by russian.rt.com.
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