This has nothing to do with Igor Shesterkin. This is about the wishes of the great riders of Alexandar Georgiev and Rangers coach David Quinn.
Georgiev helped the Rangers win at least one point in the last four games (in those games, they were 2-0-2) and defeated 6-2 on Friday night The Garden’s Bruins have achieved impressive performance. Therefore, in Sunday’s game against Boston, he will return to the game.
“This is always a game. The plan is to play the guy who gives you the best chance of winning. Georgiev has done well. I think he has six of the past eight points. He had a wonderful time. Night [Friday] In the evening, give him a chance [on Sunday]. “
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The coach said: “I haven’t played two games in a row for a while,” “I just want to give him a chance to follow up on what he did. [Friday] night. “
Quinn said that the status of Artemi Panarin and Kaapo Kakko remained unchanged.
Kakko, who was on the team’s COVID-19 protocol list, missed the last three games, while Panarin missed the first two games because he was previously affected by the former KHL coach Andre. Nazarov (Andrei Nazarov) was on leave. In 2011, Panarin had a dispute with an 18-year-old woman. Panarin denied these allegations and there is no evidence or police records to support Nazarov’s claims.
Due to practice on Saturday, Quinn said that Philip Chitil (hand) is unlikely to play on Sunday. Since the start of the game on January 24, the 21-year-old center has resumed practice on Thursday.
Last Friday, the honor of the Rangers’ first goal has been changed from Julien Gauthier to Phil Di Giuseppe. This marked Di Giuseppe’s first goal of the season. Therefore, Gaudia remains on one goal.