Panarin had a goal and two assists -- one on the power play -- in Wednesday's 5-4 overtime win over the Red Wings.

Panarin factored in on each of the Rangers' last three goals. He hustled off the bench and into the play in the second period, slotting home a shot upon his prompt arrival in the slot to tie it at three. With just 3:38 left in the third, Panarin produced a helper on Chris Kreider's game-tying power-play goal. The Russian winger added his third point of the night in overtime, capitalizing on a defensive miscommunication by Detroit and delivering an accurate net-front pass on the rush to set up Andrew Copp's game-winner. With 18 goals and 62 assists, Panarin has reached the 80-point mark for the fourth time in the last five seasons.

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