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Former St. Louis Blues star Vladimir Tarasenko seeking Second Stanley Cup

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Former St. Louis Blues star Vladimir Tarasenko seeking Second Stanley Cup
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Vladimir Tarasenko, the fifth main scorer in St. Louis Blues historical past, is in search of his second Cup, battling the Boston Bruins within the second-round of the playoffs as a member of the Florida Panthers.

As of now, Tarasenko and the Panthers are main their second-round sequence towards the Bruins, 2-1.

On Friday, the Panthers defeated the Bruins in Boston with a rating of 6 to 2.

Enjoying in eight complete video games within the playoffs to this point, Tarasenko has recorded two targets and two assists.

There is no such thing as a doubt about Florida’s strategic acquisition of Tarasenko. Tarasenko’s journey within the present season started with the Ottawa Senators, a group going by way of a troublesome time. The Panthers have been actively seeking to bolster their group’s depth and add skilled leaders to make a robust push for a prime playoff spot.

Whereas Tarasenko’s numbers have been restricted, you will need to acknowledge the expertise of the Panthers roster and to acknowledge the harm points he has confronted over the previous a number of years.

Nevertheless, in recreation three of the sequence, Tarasenko earned one level and efficiently scored a purpose.

In Florida, Tarasenko’s ice time has considerably decreased, averaging 13 minutes and 50 seconds, which signifies that his position is primarily centered on the secondary unit.

Now we have but to witness the complete extent of Tarasenko’s affect on the Panthers’ championship aspirations. Nevertheless, if he can play a restricted position and keep a manufacturing degree just like that of his time in St. Louis, it’s truthful to say that the Panthers have made a incredible addition to their group.

Mark your calendars for Sunday, Could twelfth, as TBS will broadcast the fourth recreation of the sequence, which is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. ET.   

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