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This season Reilly Smith is averaging about 2.5 shots on goal per game. Which is a slight improvement from previous seasons.
Artemi Panarin (NYR) Over 0.5 Assists
Artemi Panarin has undoubtedly been an exceptional addition to the New York Rangers this season. With a remarkable 19 goals and 50 assists to his name, he’s proven to be a valuable asset for the team.
And with a total of 69 points (nice!) so far, it’s safe to say he hasn’t just gotten lucky!
What’s truly impressive about Panarin’s play is his unselfishness on the ice. He’s constantly scanning the rink for open teammates and setting them up for success, as evidenced by his high assist count.
In fact, over the last 4 games, he’s tallied at least one assist in 3 of them. That’s just another testament to his exceptional playmaking abilities and his importance to the Rangers’ success.
Thomas Chabot (OTT) Under 2.5 Shots on Goal
Thomas Chabot, is a talented defenseman for the Ottawa Senators, has been consistently averaging 2.6 shots on goal per game this season. However, over the last six games, he’s had a pattern where he’s had exactly two shots on goal in five of those games.
Just over a week ago, he had one of his best games of the season against the Detroit Red Wings, scoring a goal and adding two assists in a convincing 6-2 victory. While he may have stayed within his average range for the most part, his impact on the team’s success cannot be understated.
The Senators will continue to rely on Chabot’s consistent play as they look to make a push for the playoffs, but I doubt his shot volume will increase much.