Panarin passed an opponent from the Carolinas, who hit the Rangers’ empty net.
MOSCOW, May 21 – RIA Novosti. The Carolina Hurricanes defeated the New York Rangers in Game 2 of the National Hockey League (NHL) second-round playoff series.
The meeting ended with a score of 2:0 in favor of the Hurricanes. Second disc players “Carolina” were abandoned after the fault of Russian striker “Rangers” Artemy Panarin. Four seconds before the final siren, the Russian made an erroneous pass from his area and handed the puck to Hurricanes forward Sebastian Aho, who hit an empty net and made the final score.
Panarin remained on the field for 20 minutes and 48 seconds without scoring a point and without even shooting a single shot at the goal.
Four wins in the series were scored 2-0 in favor of the Hurricanes. The next game will be played on May 22 in New York.
With a passion for storytelling and reporting, I am an experienced writer and Editor with a focus on sports. As an Author at News Unrolled, I write engaging stories on the latest developments in the world of sports. My articles have been featured on numerous global media outlets and my work has been highly praised by renowned editors.