Russian Panarin took 32nd place in the ranking of the best active NHL players
MOSCOW, September 18 – Russian forward of the New York Rangers Artemy Panarin took 32nd place in the ranking of the best active players in the National Hockey League (NHL) according to the NHL Network, according to the organization’s website.
The rating is compiled by analysts, broadcasters and experts. Currently, places from 31st to 50th are published.
Panarin’s teammate, Swedish forward Mika Zibanejad, is in 31st place. Winner of the Vezina Trophy for the best goaltender last season, Linus Ullmark of the Boston Bruins took 46th place.
Panarin has been playing for the Rangers since 2019. Last season he played 89 matches, in which he scored 94 points (29 goals and 65 assists). Previously, in the NHL he played for the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Chicago Blackhawks, and in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) he played for SKA St. Petersburg, Vityaz near Moscow and Ak Bars Kazan.