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The player of club of NHL “new York Rangers” Panarin opened his charity Foundation

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DescriptionArtemiy Panarin© AP Photo/Rick Scuteri

TASS, September 11. The forward of Russian national team and club of the National hockey League (NHL) “new York Rangers” Artemiy Panarin said about opening your own charity. Reports about it “Газета.Ru” with reference to the page of the athlete in Instagram.

In July of this year Panarin already talked about his intention, but then the work was in its initial stages. Striker is the highest-paid Russians in the NHL. His salary is about $11.5 million

“The charitable Foundation by Artemiy Panarin and was ready to go! The profile can find the mail where you can send requests. Also in the mail artemiypanarinfoundation@gmail.com you can forward your resume if interested to help people with us! We have a long way, together we can do much”, – said in the message.

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Благотворительный Фонд Артемия Панарина @artemiypanarin зарегистрирован и готов к работе! ⠀ В профиле можете найти почту, куда уже можно отправлять запросы. ⠀ Также на почту artemiypanarinfoundation@gmail.com вы можете направлять свои резюме, если заинтересованы помогать людям вместе с нами! ⠀ Впереди у нас большой путь, вместе мы сможем многое! ⠀ #артемийпанарин #artemiypanarin #благотворительныйфонд #foundation

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In the season 2018/19 Panarin advocated “Columbus”, after 79 matches and scored 87 (28 goals, 59 assists) points in the regular season, in the playoffs his score is 11 (5+6) points in 10 matches. The team played the Russians in 2017, prior to that, he spent two seasons in Chicago. Just the regular championship of NHL Russian forward has played 322 games in which he gained 320 (116+204) points in the playoffs on account of his 26 (9+17) points in 27 games. At the end of the 2015/16 season he won the “Calder Trophy” awarded to the best rookie in the NHL.

In Russia, Panarin played for Moscow “Vityaz”, Kazan “AK bars” and St. Petersburg SKA, in which he won the Gagarin Cup in 2015. On account of his silver (2015) and two bronze (2016, 2017) world Championships medals, and the gold of the world championship among youth teams 2011.

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