May 11, 2021
Sports News

Artemi Panarin off to historic start to Rangers’ career – New York Post

Artemi Panarins Rangers career is just 98 games old, but he has already joined legendary company.
With two assists in Fridays 4-1 win over the Islanders, Panarin moved to 93 assists within his first 100 games with the Rangers, breaking the franchise record of 92 previously held by Mark Messier. Panarins 137 points were tied with Messier for the most by a player within his first 100 games, as well.
Since returning to the Rangers lineup 15 games ago following his two-week hiatus to deal with the aftermath…

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