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Panarin continues to evolve with the New York Rangers

Published March 28, 2024 at 3:30 PM

It's been an outstanding year for Artemi Panarin as the Rangers superstar continues to level up his game. This has been noticed by Arthur staple the New York Rangers columnist for the athletic as he describes what Panarin has done with his game while in an interview with Jeff Marek on his podcast.

Panarin and his game has aged like a fine wine. At 32 years old his numbers have gone through the stratosphere as he has played 72 games, scored 43 goals with 59 assists for 102 points and a + 16. The undrafted left winger has spent his last five seasons with the Rangers and in the last three he has been the main gear for the Rangers offence.

Rangers head coach Peter Laviolette continues to push the right buttons and put Panera in positions to allow him to succeed. Panarin continues to receive high praise from his head coach and the team has hopes that this success will continue through the playoffs as the Rangers appear to be ready for a deep run.

The Rangers will face a true test as they will play their next game against the Colorado Avalanche while on the road. This could give Rangers fans a small glimpse of a potential Stanley Cup final as both teams are ready to take their games to the next level.
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Panarin continues to evolve with the New York Rangers

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