TASS, November 22 Foreign foreign supporters Alexander Georgiev thanked the members for the first time in the "zero" national hockey team (NHL). The goalkeeper leads the league press service.
On Thursday night, Rangers won home-based Islanders 5-0. The 22-year-old Georgiev made 29 goals in his goal, and he made his first shatouta on his career.
"It could not be better. A game against the opponent is zero, the best moment in the game," said Georgiev. "I am very happy and thank you for my colleagues.
Georgiev is in the NHL for the second year. In this season, the goalkeeper scored six games and won four wins, an average of 2.94 puck per game and 91.1% of the shots.
"Rangers" occupy seventh place in the Eastern Conference ranking, and the goods are 26 points in 22 games. At the next meeting, the club will play in Philadelphia on November 23.