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Panarin’s new image and Bobrovsky’s next album. The main news of the day in hockey.

Date: May 20, 2024 Time: 09:19:42

We present a summary of the main events in the world of hockey for June 12, 2023.

Matvey Michkov may be out of the top 10 in the next NHL draft

SKA forward Matvey Michkov, who was called one of hockey’s most desirable players in the upcoming National Hockey League draft, may be left out of the top 10, The Athletic reports.

According to the source, people who pass the pre-draft tryouts in Buffalo believe that the young Russian may be available outside of the top ten hockey players. Experts also suggest that Michkov is considered a candidate for the top 5 selection.

The designs for Michkov and the NHL draft:

“Large in size, plus Russian.” The lineup before the first round of the NHL draft – 2023

The 18-year-old Michkov’s current contract with a St. Petersburg team is for three seasons. Matvey played last season with Sochi, where in 27 games he scored 20 (9 + 11) points with a utility indicator of +1. In total, in 43 games in the Kontinental Hockey League, Michkov scored 25 (11+14) points with a utility indicator of “+3”.

“It’s time for Tardif to delve into the details of the Russian language, culture and sports”

The well-known coach Andrei Nazarov spoke about the president of the International Ice Hockey Federation, Luc Tardif, and advised the official to delve into the details of the Russian language, Russian culture and sports.

“It is time for IIHF President Luc Tardif to delve into the details of the Russian language, Russian culture and Russian sports. Of course, our team needs to return to the world stage. Russia does not bow to anyone and will never bow, the sooner the French coach understands this, the better it will be for everyone, including the entire hockey world. I congratulate everyone on a great holiday, Russia Day. You should love and be proud of your language and your homeland,” Nazarov said.

Lucas Tardiff


Ovechkin named the most hyped prospect in NHL history by Daily Faceoff

Daily Faceoff journalist Matt Larkin has compiled the 10 most hyped prospects in NHL history.

The rating included Russian forward Alexander Ovechkin, recruited by the Washington Capitals in 2004 under the first number. At the top, the striker is in ninth place.

Please note that the list includes not only hockey players who were selected. For example, Bobby Orr and Wayne Gretzky weren’t drafted, so next to their names is the year of their league debut, not the year of the draft.

top 10:

10. Alexander Daigle, 1993, Ottawa Senators – 1st issue; 9. Alexander Ovechkin, 2004, Washington Capitals – 1st number; 8. Guy Lefleur, 1971, Montreal Canadiens – 1st number; 7. Bobby Orr, 1966 – not selected; 6. Mario Lemieux, 1984, Pittsburgh Penguins – 1st issue; 5. Wayne Gretzky, 1978 – Not taken 4. Connor Bedard, 2023 – will enter the 2023 draft; 3. Eric Lindros, 1991, Quebec Nordiques – 1st number; 2. Connor McDavid, 2015, Edmonton Oilers – No. 1; 1. Sidney Crosby, 2005, Pittsburgh Penguins – 1st issue.

Czech press about Ovechkin:

Czech Journalist: Ovechkin Is A Hockey Player You Can See Once Or Twice In A Lifetime

Bobrovsky is the current NHL playoff leader in the number of goal saves

Russian Florida Panthers goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky is the current NHL playoff leader in saves, GSAx, according to the Money Puck website.

The Panthers goaltender has a GSAx score of 19.7, the difference between expected goals conceded and actual goals conceded. Consequently, Bobrovsky overall saved Florida from nearly 20 goals in 18 games.

The second in this indicator is the Russian goalkeeper of the New York Rangers Igor Shesterkin, who was knocked out in the first round and saved the team 8.8 goals in seven playoff games. Third place goes to Las Vegas goaltender Edin Hill with a 15-game GSAx of 8.2.

Keep in mind that fifth is New York Islanders goaltender Ilya Sorokin, who saved the team 3.7 goals in six games.

How Bobrovsky drags Florida:

ESPN: Bobrovsky is good, but he’s just one person. He is left to be torn apart

Panarin radically changed his style by shaving his head

New York Rangers Russian striker Artemy Panarin has radically changed his style. Shaved bald hockey player.

The 31-year-old Rangers striker arrived in his hometown of Korkino, where he took a photo with the fans. It turned out that Panarin said goodbye to the lush hair from him.

Note that the Russian striker’s hairstyle has repeatedly become the subject of jokes, including from his teammates in New York.

Recall that in the full regular season of the National Hockey League, Panarin participated in 82 meetings. The Rangers forward had 29 goals and 63 assists to become the team’s top scorer in the regular season. In the playoffs, the striker played seven games in which he provided two assists.

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