“We have to keep working, that just doesn’t happen in the NHL” – Panarin after beating Pittsburgh

russian striker New York Rangers Artemi Panarin after a confident win over the Pittsburgh Penguins in the NHL regular season game, he said the team needed to keep working hard.

The meeting took place on Sunday evening in New York and ended in favor of the owners of the ice with the score 6:0 (2:0, 4:0, 0:0). Panarin scored two goals. Russian “Rangers” goalie Igor Shesterkin saved 34 shots on his own goal and was recognized as the game’s first star. Russian for the second time this season played zero.

— It was an incredible match for us, for our goalkeeper, for our fans. Do I feel like we’ve found our game? I want to say it after this game, but it’s probably dangerous.

It’s the NHL. Today everything is fine, but tomorrow it may not work. We must continue to work. Otherwise, we will have bad matches. It just doesn’t happen,” journalist Vince Mercogliano said, quoting Panarin on Twitter.

Panarin has played 69 games this season, in which he has scored 77 (22+55) points.

Source : MatchTV

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