Panarin notched two power-play assists in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Devils.
After being held scoreless in the Rangers' opener, Panarin has roared back with two goals and four points in the last two games, with three of those points coming on the power play. The 29-year-old is quickly proving that last year's 95 points was no mere blip in an otherwise solid career, and he could well find himself among the league's scoring leaders once again in 2020-21.
Panarin scored twice Saturday in a 5-0 win over the Islanders.
The Bread Man has averaged just shy of 30 goals every season over the five that he's been in the NHL. And last year, he upped the ante with 32 in 69 games. Panarin has every opportunity to hit 30 this year, despite an even shorter season. His talent is elite.
Panarin skated on a line with Ryan Strome and Kaapo Kakko on the first day of training camp Monday, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
Barring injuries, this trio will likely open the regular season together. Panarin and Strome showed chemistry together last season, as did the trio of Mika Zibanejad, Chris Kreider and Pavel Buchnevich, who are also projected to skate on a line together once Zibanejad joins the team in camp. Jesper Fast provided a defensive-minded presence on Panarin's line last season, but his offseason departure has opened the door for Kakko -- who was drafted second overall in 2019 -- to climb the depth chart. Like last season, Panarin will be the engine that drives this line, though Kakko's addition gives it an even higher ceiling.
Panarin scored a power-play goal during Monday's 4-1 loss to the Hurricanes in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Qualifiers.
He roofed one over Petr Mrazek midway through the first period on a slick pass through the low slot by Ryan Strome, but it was all the offense the Rangers could muster. With the team on the brink of elimination, Panarin -- who has a goal and an assist through the first two contests -- may need to come up with a huge effort Tuesday night to keep the Blueshirts alive.
Panarin has already set new career highs in goals (32) and assists (63) through the first 69 games of the 2019-20 campaign.
It's been an absolutely monstrous season for Panarin, who has also already tied his career high in power-play points (24) while working on New York's top unit. The Rangers have to be happy with their decision to sign the right-handed winger to a huge seven-year, $81.5 contract last offseason, as Panarin is still just 28 years old and should continue to produce at an elite level for most, if not all of his lengthy deal. If the NHL ends up resuming regular-season play, Panarin will undoubtedly eclipse the 100-point threshold for the first time in his career this year.
Panarin picked up an assist and fired six shots on goal in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Avalanche.
Panarin has racked up 10 assists in eight games, during which he hasn't tallied a goal of his own. The Russian winger now has 95 points (32 goals, 63 helpers), 209 shots on net and a plus-36 rating in 69 games during his first season as a Ranger.
Panarin dished out three assists -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 6-5 win over the Capitals.
Panarin set up Mika Zibanejad with the extra man in the first period, then sprung Zibanejad with a perfect stretch pass in overtime, which the Swede converted for his fifth goal of the game to win it. The Russian winger fit in an assist to Anthony DeAngelo in between his dishes to Zibanejad, as Panarin didn't take long to get back on his horse after having a 13-game point streak snapped by the Blues in his last game.
Panarin picked up two power-play assists in Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Flyers.
All three New York tallies came with the man advantage, but so did three of Philly's, plus one shorthanded marker one at even strength. Panarin has now found the scoresheet in 13 straight games, piling up five goals and 19 points along the way, and the surge has carried him to his first career 90-point campaign.
Panarin scored a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Islanders.
He opened the scoring late in the first period, then set up Mika Zibanejad for the winner 28 seconds into OT. Panarin is riding a 10-game point streak during which he's piled up five goals and 14 points, while Tuesday's tally was his 32nd of the season, establishing a new career high for the 28-year-old.
Panarin picked up two assists Saturday in a 3-2 win over the Sharks.
The points extended his streak to nine games. Panarin has four goals and eight assists on the streak. He has 83 points, which are just four away from equaling his career mark (87) set last season. Panarin is actually on pace to flirt with 110 points. Use him well.
Panarin scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in Friday's 5-2 win over the Hurricanes.
The goal was his 31st of the season, tying his prior career high from 2016-17, while his overall point total now sits at 81 through 59 games -- his third straight campaign with 80 or more. Panarin is having the best season of his career on Broadway and has an active eight-game point streak going, but he'll need to stay hot down the stretch if the Rangers are going to work their way into the playoff picture.
Panarin registered a goal and an assist with three shots in Thursday's 4-3 shootout win over the Wild. He also notched a plus-3 rating.
Panarin sniped his 29th goal of the season from the left faceoff circle to get the Rangers on the board in the first period. He also set up Mika Zibanejad's game-tying goal with just over a minute remaining in regulation. Panarin is now riding a four-game point streak (two goals, three assists) and is fast approaching the career-high 31 goals he scored as a sophomore with Chicago in 2016-17.
Panarin scored a goal and had three shots Sunday in a 4-1 win over Los Angeles.
Panarin scored his 28th goal of the season when he knocked home a rebound on a 2-on-1 rush to put the Rangers up 3-1. He's closing in on his third 30-goal campaign in five NHL seasons, and with 73 points in 53 games has a chance to top the career-high 87 he scored last season with Columbus.
Panarin scored an even-strength goal and added a power-play assist in Friday's 4-2 win over the Red Wings.
His second-period tally proved to be the game-winner. Panarin missed the last game before the All-Star break with a minor upper-body injury, but he's otherwise been on fire since Christmas, piling up seven goals and 25 points in his last 12 contests.
Panarin (upper body) is 100 percent healthy ahead of Friday's matchup with Detroit, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
Panarin skipped the All-Star Game due to an upper-body injury, but the NHL's week-long break evidently afforded him enough time to return to full health. The 28-year-old winger, who's already racked up 26 goals and 68 points through 47 games this campaign, will occupy a top-six role and a spot on the Rangers' first power-play unit against the Red Wings.
Panarin (upper body) will not attend the All-Star Game.
Panarin has been battling a nagging upper-body injury, and the Rangers won't risk their best player's health in the exhibition contest. Panarin will rest over the All-Star break and hope to be ready to return versus the Red Wings on Jan. 31.
Panarin (upper body) isn't on the ice for warmups, indicating he won't play in Tuesday's game against the Islanders, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
Panarin has missed the last two practices due to an upper-body injury, according to Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today. In his stead, Brendan Lemieux was bumped up to the first line and Micheal Haley will draw into the lineup.
Panarin scored two goals and three assists in Monday's 6-2 win over the Islanders.
After Jordan Eberle opened the scoring only 18 seconds into the game, Panarin got to work and had a hand in five straight goals to put things out of reach. In addition to tying his own career-best mark for points in a game, he tied a Rangers' franchise record set by Hall of Famer Andy Bathgate in 1961 by scoring at least three points in his fourth consecutive game. Panarin has a massive 26 goals and 67 points through his first 45 games as a Blueshirt, moving him into third in the NHL scoring race behind Edmonton's dynamic duo of Connor McDavid (71) and Leon Draisaitl (70).
Panarin scored a goal and two assists -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 6-3 win over New Jersey.
Panarin scored three points for a third consecutive home game, and he's racked up at least that many in five of his last seven games overall. The 28-year-old Russian has already topped the 60-point mark for the fifth consecutive season to open his career, and Panarin is just seven goals shy of the career-best 31 he potted in 2016-17. Not only are his 61 points good for sixth in the league, but Panarin also has at least one game in hand on each of the five guys ahead of him.
Panarin had two assists and scored an empty-net goal, finishing Tuesday's 5-3 win over Colorado with three points.
Panarin assisted on a pair of critical goals by the Rangers, including Ryan Strome's game-winning tally late in the second period. Panarin's empty-net goal sealed the win for the hosts, and that had to feel good considering his eight shots on goal were a game high. Up next are the Devils on Thursday, a team Panarin has yet to find the scoresheet against in two previous meetings.
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