We get to watch Artemi Panarin play hockey tonight.
We missed you.
— MSG Networks (@MSGNetworks) July 29, 2020
#NYR lineup should look like this:
— Vince Z. Mercogliano (@vzmercogliano) August 1, 2020
Kakko was the Rangers’ best forward from start to finish. Panarin didn’t have a good game (sorry). Losing Fast was a killer. Power play can’t go 0-7 again.
— Joe Fortunato (@JoeFortunatoBSB) August 1, 2020
The Rangers have announced their team award winners for the 2019-20 season. Artemi Panarin has been named the Rangers’ MVP, Jesper Fast has been named the recipient of the Players’ Player Award, and Chris Kreider has been named the winner of the John Halligan Good Guy Award. #NYR
— NYR Stats & Info (@NYRStatsInfo) July 29, 2020
My biggest takeaway from Game 1 is that Artemi Panarin was mostly invisible. Hurricanes primarily used the Aho line and Slavin-Vatanen against him; Staal line and Skjei-Edmundson on the Zibanejad line.
— Cory Lavalette (@corylav) August 1, 2020
agreed! going 0 for 7 on the power play is terrible. I have a feeling panarin will be better next game
— emily (@kreidizzIe) August 1, 2020
Bruh once again, not my point. We’re talking about this game. You simply can’t blame this loss on Lundqvist. Going 0/7 on the PP is embarrassing, not to mention Panarin and Kreider were invisible.
— PLAYOFFS CZAR (@IgorShesterKING) August 1, 2020
Brett Howden was 4th among forwards in TOI with 17:08, behind only Panarin, Zibanejad and Kreider. He also spent 4 minutes in the penalty box. Make of it what you will. #NYR
— Stat Boy Steven 🇳🇱🇦🇹 (@StatBoy_Steven) August 1, 2020
quick summary of today’s game:
good: Kakko and Gauthier
bad: Trouba and DeAngelo
non existent: Kreider and Panarin
— Leen (@natalinabreaNYR) August 1, 2020
— Rain (@RainySamantha32) August 1, 2020