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Bobrovsky was criticized in the United States and Barbashev was exalted! Results of the day in hockey

Date: June 17, 2024 Time: 04:39:19

We present a summary of the main events in the world of hockey for June 18, 2023.

Bobrovsky is at the top of the most disappointing players in the NHL Finals according to The Hockey Writers

Hockey Writers compiled the best players who most disappointed in the Stanley Cup final between the Florida Panthers and the Vegas Golden Knights.

The list included, among other things, Russian Panthers goalie Sergei Bobrovsky. In addition to him, Florida guard Aaron Ekblad and Panthers forward Alexander Barkov were on top.

“Sergey Bobrovsky turned into a pumpkin as soon as the clock struck midnight. His herculean efforts to lead the Panthers to the Stanley Cup Finals were certainly impressive, but this list only counts the finals. He managed to win only one victory over the “golden knights”. In that game he looked like Bobrovsky, who tormented the Toronto Maple Leafs, upset the Carolina Hurricanes and broke hearts. [болельщиков] Boston Bruins. In the three series leading up to the final, his safety factor was 1.87 and his save percentage was 92.6. In five games in the final he showed a reliability coefficient of 4.70 and reflected 84.4% of shots in 135 attempts. He gave up a series-worst eight goals in Game 5 at the worst possible time.

Bobrovsky showed flashes of skill, making impossible saves from Golden Knights forwards one minute, then conceding uncharacteristically easy goals the next. His poor performance in the first game was followed by a loss in the second, and as a result, he lost four of five games in his first Stanley Cup final. If Bobrovsky’s NHL fans during the regular season were used to his performances, while disappointing, he wouldn’t be nearly as impressive. He had a mission in this tiebreaker, but he chose the worst time to come out on top. The Panthers would need a miracle to defeat the Golden Knights, and his miracle, Bobrovsky, ran out of magic shortly before the finish line.

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“Barbashev is number one in the free agent market”

NHL pundit Elliott Friedman praised the skills of Las Vegas forward Ivan Barbashev, saying he considers him the best free agent on the market. On July 1, the Russian can enter the free agent market and will qualify for a salary of $5.5 – $5.75 million per year.

Friedman compared Barbashev’s potential deal to that of Valery Nichushkin, who signed an eight-year, $6.125 million-a-year contract with Colorado last summer.

“I don’t know if Barbashev will get such a high salary, but I really think he could get an eight-year deal now; Three weeks ago I didn’t think this would happen. We are now in a position where this guy is number one on the market, and the offers will come in an endless stream,” Sportnet quotes Friedman as saying.

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Ottawa to go to arbitration for Alex Debrinkat

The Ottawa Senators are about to file a lawsuit in arbitration over the actions of forward Alex Debrinkat. The Ottawa Sun reports it. According to the source, the 25-year-old American does not want to sign a new contract with the team.

The forward is reportedly out of contract with an average salary of $6.4 million and could become a restricted free agent. Debrinkat is demanding a qualifying offer of $9 million from his team and the Senators want to reduce it by 15% to make it easier to trade the player later. Therefore, the club appealed to the arbitration court.

Last season, Debrinkat scored 66 (27+39) points in 82 National Hockey League regular season games with a “-31” utility.

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Toews could move to Edmonton as a fourth-line center

According to Sportsnet, Chicago Flames forward Jonathan Toews could move to Edmonton if the 35-year-old forward decides to pursue a career and enter the free agency market.

In Edmonton, the Canadian is potentially being considered for a center forward position in the fourth row, where he could help Ryan Macleod to progress. Toews is expected to be eligible for a salary of $1 million on a one-year deal.

The contract with “Chicago” will definitely not be renewed. Teyvs played the club’s last game, which ended with a lap of honor. Due to various injuries and the effects of the coronavirus in recent years, the Blackhawks captain has missed many games and slowed down significantly in terms of play. Note that the striker did not officially announce the end of his playing career.

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