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Panarin started a massive fight at an NHL game. And he dealt his opponent several boxing blows!

Date: February 29, 2024 Time: 14:02:26

Panarin started a massive fight at an NHL game. And he dealt his opponent several boxing blows!

Maxim Makarov February 13, 2024, 07:15 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

Shesterkin’s cookie helped the Rangers to their fifth straight victory.

The Rangers and Calgary faced off today at Madison Square Garden. Both teams were on a four-game winning streak entering the game. The home team fights for the conference championship and the guests fight for a place in the playoffs.

After the match with Chicago, one of the journalists from The Athletic portal spoke about Igor Shesterkin’s game and said that so far the Russian goalkeeper does not show the type of game that is close to the status of one of the best goalkeepers in the world.

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The Athletic noticed Igor Shesterkin’s unstable play

The home team spent the first half more actively, putting more pressure on Jakob Markström’s goal every minute. But the partners failed to take advantage of several of the most dangerous opportunities created by Panarin and Zibanejad.

The second half was an even fight, where the teams managed to exchange blows on the woodwork: Connor Zary hit the post and Barclay Goodrow hit the crossbar. Then the situation began to heat up and Artemy Panarin was the first to collapse: he decided to respond to Martin Pospisil, struggled with the Slovakian and even gave him several boxing blows. A local brawl became massive and five players were sent to the penalty area.

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But after all the hockey players had served the required two minutes, the game’s score was still open: Will Killy found the puck under Markstrom and put it in the goal.

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In the third period, the Rangers began to play according to the score, often launching counterattacks, but they did not implement them. In the end, the Flames took out the goaltender to send the game to overtime and nearly allowed his first NHL goal to be scored by Igor Shestyorkin, who shot into an empty net but missed. But the fans saw another puck: Jimmy Vesey robbed a defender and hit the empty net.

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Thus, the Rangers achieved their fifth consecutive victory and Calgary broke its streak of four consecutive victories. Igor Shesterkin for the first time this season kept a clean sheet and stopped 30 shots.

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