NHL Players of the Week: Panarin, Stone & More
- In the five games, the New York Rangers have faced the Devils this season, the 29-year-old winger has 12 points — the same number of points he has against the New York Islanders, Philadelphia Flyers, and Boston Bruins in 12 games combined.
- Panarin was the only player to reach double-digit points this week, scoring four goals and six assists in four games against the Devils.
- After being held without a goal in his last 10 games — and off the scoresheet completely in six of those 10 — Stone finished the week with three goals and eight points during the Golden Knights’ four-game road trip through southern California.
- Carlson led all defensemen in points last week, recording seven assists in four games played.
- While Carlson responded with a dud of a game on Sunday — recording two shots and a minus-5 while playing 25:50 — his three power-play points were enough to top all defensemen on the week.
- In a rather quiet week for the Dallas Stars, Klingberg continued to shine bright with a goal and three assists as he helped secure five of a possible six points for the reigning Western Conference champions.
- Honorable Mention: Adam Fox put up four assists in four games against the Devils, bringing him even with Victor Hedman in a tie for second place in scoring among defensemen
- After blanking New Jersey in back-to-back games, Shesterkin gave up three goals on 33 shots to lead the Rangers to their third win over the Devils
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