Athletistic / Hockey. Last night, the Buffalo Sabers hosted the Ottawa Senators in an NHL regular season home game. The match ended with the victory of the Blades with a score of 5:3.

Russian forward of the Canadian team Vladimir Tarasenko scored a goal in this match, which helped the 32-year-old hockey player break the barrier of 600 points in the regular NHL championships. Tarasenko currently has 279 goals and 321 assists, making him the 17th Russian player to reach the 600 point mark in the NHL. Note that Vladimir reached this peak after 710 matches in the North American League.

Tarasenko joined the NHL in 2013. He spent the first 10 years of his career overseas with the St. Louis Blues and won the Stanley Cup in 2019. On February 9, 2023, the player was traded to the Rangers from New York and, in the summer of 2023, he signed a one-year contract with Ottawa as a free agent. This NHL season, Tarasenko scored 26 points (9+17) in the “goal+pass” system in 35 games.