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Artemi Panarin

Born:October 30, 1991Draft: 2015 Blackhawks, Undrafted
Hometown:Korkino, RUSPosition:LW
Known For:Nickname “Breadman”Shoots:Right
National Team:RussiaCurrent Team:New York Rangers

Artemi Sergeyevich Panarin (born 30 October 1991) is a Russian professional ice hockey winger and alternate captain for the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League (NHL). Nicknamed the “Breadman”, he has previously played for Vityaz Chekov, Ak Bars Kazan, SKA Saint Petersburg, the Chicago Blackhawks and Columbus Blue Jackets.

Originally an undrafted player, Panarin began his professional career playing in the Kontinental Hockey League in his native Russia. He made his NHL debut in 2015 after signing an entry-level contract with the Blackhawks. Panarin won the Calder Memorial Trophy in the 2015-16 season as the league’s top rookie.

Artemi Panarin New York Rangers
Artemi Panarin, New York Rangers (Jess Starr/The Hockey Writers)

Artemi Panarin Statistics

Deeper Dive

Achievements

  • U20 WJC Gold Medal — 2010-11
  • U20 WJC Scorer of the Championship Winning Goal — 2010-11
  • KHL All-Star Game — 2014-15
  • KHL First All-Star Team — 2014-15
  • KHL Forward of the Month (October) — 2014-15
  • KHL Gagarin Cup Champion — 2014-15
  • World Championship Silver Medal — 2014-15
  • World Championship Top 3 Player on Team — 2014-15
  • NHL All-Rookie Team — 2015-16
  • NHL Rookie of the Year (Calder Trophy) — 2015-16
  • Russian Player of the Year (Valeri Kharlamov Trophy) — 2015-16
  • World Championship Bronze Medal — 2015-16
  • NHL Second All-Star Team — 2016-17
  • World Championship All-Star Team — 2016-17
  • World Championship Best Forward — 2016-17
  • World Championship Bronze Medal — 2016-17
  • World Championship Most Assists (13) — 2016-17
  • World Championship Most Points (17) — 2016-17
  • World Championship Top 3 Player on Team — 2016-17
  • NHL All-Star Game (2019-20)
  • NHL First All-Star Team (2019-20)
  • Alternate Captain (Rangers) — 2020-21
  • Captain (Rangers) — 2021-present

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