Sports Rangers' Kreider to replace Panarin at All-Star Game

15:31  22 january  2020
15:31  22 january  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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Chris Kreider will replace Artemi Panarin as the New York Rangers representative at 2020 Honda NHL All - Star Weekend at Enterprise Panarin leads the Rangers and is fifth in the NHL with 68 points (26 goals, 42 assists). It would have been Panarin 's first appearance in an NHL All - Star Game .

New York Rangers winger Chris Kreider will replace teammate Artemi Panarin on the Metropolitan Division team in this weekend's NHL All - Star Game . New York Rangers winger Chris Kreider (20) celebrates his goal against the Tampa Bay Lightning with winger Artemi Panarin (10).

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New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider will take teammate Artemi Panarin's place at the upcoming All-Star festivities in St. Louis, the NHL announced.

Panarin missed Tuesday's loss to the New York Islanders with an upper-body injury.

The Rangers superstar ranks among the league leaders in goals and points this season with 26 and 68, respectively, through 47 contests.

Panarin's in his first campaign with New York after inking a seven-year deal worth a reported $81.5 million as an unrestricted free agent back on July 1.

Kreider, a pending UFA himself, has collected 17 goals and 32 points in 48 games in 2019-20.

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Report: Kreider atop 8 teams' trade wish lists .
Chris Kreider is in high demand. Eight teams have informed the New York Rangers they have the winger at the top of their respective wish lists ahead of the Feb. 24 trade deadline, reports The Athletic's Pierre LeBrun. The Rangers are reportedly seeking a return for Kreider equal to what they received for Kevin Hayes at last year's trade deadline. The Winnipeg Jets sent New York a first-round pick and forward Brendan Lemieux in that deal. Like Kreider, Hayes was a pending unrestricted free agent, though he plays a more coveted position at center.Kreider is expected to be the top rental target as the deadline approaches.

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