Artemi Panarin
Artemi Panarin
Artemi Panarin
Artemi Panarin
26-Year-Old LW
2017–18 NHL Stats
2018–19 NHL Projections
G
27
A
55
PP Pts
21
+/-
23
PIM
26
G
A
PP Pts
+/-
PIM
2018–19 Fantasy Outlook
Panarin had another impressive campaign in his second NHL season in 2016-17, racking up 74 points (31 goals, 43 assists) and 211 shots on goal in 82 games. The Bread Man flourished while skating on Patrick Kane’s line during his two-season stay with the Blackhawks, bu... read more
Panarin had another impressive campaign in his second NHL season in 2016-17, racking up 74 points (31 goals, 43 assists) and 211 shots on goal in 82 games. The Bread Man flourished while skating on Patrick Kane’s line during his two-season stay with the Blackhawks, but it remains to be seen whether he'll be similarly productive with his new club. Columbus certainly doesn't lack talent up front, but Panarin had a special level of chemistry with Kane that won't be easily replicated in his new digs. Nonetheless, the 25-year-old Russian is an undeniably skilled forward, and it would hardly be surprising to see him improve on his offensive totals from a season ago. Panarin’s ceiling may not be as high as it would've been had he been slated to spend another season skating on Kane’s opposite wing, but there’s hardly any risk involved with selecting him in this year’s fantasy drafts, so owners shouldn't hesitate to snatch him up with one of their first three selections.
STATUS: Out    INJURY: Knee    EST. RETURN: 9/13/2018   
SHOOTS: Right   HT: 5'11"   WT: 168 lbs.   DOB: 10/30/1991   Show Contract
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Artemi Panarin Contract Info:
Signed a two-year, $12 million contract extension with the Blackhawks in December 2016.
Wants to avoid contract distraction
LWColumbus Blue Jackets
Knee
July 20, 2018
Panarin (knee) would prefer not to continue negotiations on a new contract once training camp begins Sept. 13, The Columbus Dispatch reports. "Artemi wants to concentrate on playing hockey, and be in the season," his agent, Daniel Milstein, said Thursday. "During the season (he) only wants to concentrate on playing his best hockey and helping the team to win. That's all."
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Artemi Panarin 2017–18 NHL Game Log
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Artemi Panarin 2017–18 Depth Chart Status
#1 Right Wing
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  1. Artemi Panarin 2018–19 Preseason Outlook
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  2. Artemi Panarin 2017–18 Preseason Outlook
    Panarin had another impressive campaign in his second NHL season in 2016-17, racking up 74 points (31 goals, 43 assists) and 211 shots on goal in 82 games. The Bread Man flourished while skating on Patrick Kane’s line during his two-season stay with the Blackhawks, but it remains to be seen whether he'll be similarly productive with his new club. Columbus certainly doesn't lack talent up front, but Panarin had a special level of chemistry with Kane that won't be easily replicated in his new digs. Nonetheless, the 25-year-old Russian is an undeniably skilled forward, and it would hardly be surprising to see him improve on his offensive totals from a season ago. Panarin’s ceiling may not be as high as it would've been had he been slated to spend another season skating on Kane’s opposite wing, but there’s hardly any risk involved with selecting him in this year’s fantasy drafts, so owners shouldn't hesitate to snatch him up with one of their first three selections.
  3. Artemi Panarin 2016–17 Preseason Outlook
    There were questions about how well and how quickly Panarin would adjust to North American hockey prior to his first NHL season in 2015-16. The 24-year-old winger quickly laid doubts to rest during his rookie campaign, bursting onto the scene to the tune of 30 goals and 47 assists over 80 games, a performance that led to the Calder Memorial Trophy for top rookie. Skating on a line with Patrick Kane certainly aided the winger's transition, but Panarin deserves a ton of credit in his own right, as few have been able to seamlessly transition from the wide-open style played in the KHL to the physically-challenging NHL game with the level of success Panarin enjoyed last season. There's no reason to suspect Panarin won't be able to match the near point-per-game pace he reached last season, as he'll once again be skating on a line with Kane and Artem Anisimov in 2016-17, and will return as a key member of the 'Hawks deadly top power-play unit. Fantasy owners shouldn't hesitate to snag the Blackhawks' newest offensive powerhouse at some point in the first few rounds of this year's drafts.
  4. Artemi Panarin 2015–16 Preseason Outlook
    Panarin is a skilled winger with good hockey smarts. However, all he has known is Russian hockey in the KHL, where the rinks are wider and there aren’t as many teams to compete against. Playing for the defending Stanley Cup Champion Blackhawks figures to be an ideal scenario for Panarin, as the team has plenty of depth on the left wing including the likes of Andrew Shaw and Bryan Bickell, a pair that could shadow Panarin and help him adjust to American hockey. Last season, with St. Petersburg SKA (KHL), he lit the lamp 26 times and had 36 assists to boot. His playing time with the Blackhawks will largely be decided by how quickly he can adjust to a new environment, but the 23-year-old has significant upside in keeper leagues, and also deeper redraft leagues if he makes a positive impression in camp.
Artemi Panarin News Updates
Shuts down contract talks
LWColumbus Blue Jackets
Knee
June 19, 2018
Panarin (knee) told the Blue Jackets he isn't ready to talk about a contract extension at this time, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic Cleveland reports.
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Contract negotiations on hold
LWColumbus Blue Jackets
Knee
June 8, 2018
Panarin (knee) and the Blue Jackets have not made progress in contract negotiations, but it's a not a concern at this point, The Athletic reports.
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Receiving treatment for knee sprain
LWColumbus Blue Jackets
Knee
April 26, 2018
Panarin suffered a knee sprain in Game 5 and he will remain in Columbus for a couple of weeks for additional treatment before returning home to Russia, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic Cleveland reports. He's not expected to need surgery for the issue at this point.
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Admits to knee injury
LWColumbus Blue Jackets
April 24, 2018
Panarin admitted Monday he was playing through a knee injury for Games 5 and 6 against the Capitals, The Columbus Dispatch reports. "I was trying to use some painkillers," he said. "It didn't help a lot. I can still feel it."
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