New York Rangers hockey player Panarin provoked a mass brawl in an NHL match
Russian forward of the New York Rangers Artemy Panarin provoked a mass brawl in a regular season match of the National Hockey League (NHL). RIA Novosti reports this.
The incident occurred at a meeting against the Calgary Flames. In the middle of the second period, Panarin got into a fight with Slovakian striker Martin Pospisil. During a pause in the match, they continued the fight, which escalated into a mass brawl involving other hockey players.
On January 17, Panarin set a New York Rangers record. He became the first player in Rangers history to have at least two 60-point seasons in 43 games or fewer since the start of the regular season.
Panarin has been playing for the Rangers since 2019. His contract with the team runs until 2026.
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