Young Russian went on a rampage in the NHL (video)
Russian hockey player Vladimir Tarasenko delighted the audience in the NHL. Forward "St. Louis" in the fight against the "Nashville" made "hat-trick Gordy Howe" - scored a goal and gave an assist and a fight with Ryan Ellis.
Match of the regular championship of NHL between "Nashville" and "St. Louis" demonstrated, both in North America lit newest stars. "Predators" brilliant meeting was conducted by Filip Forsberg, who threw the puck and gave 2 assists. In his time Foppa not come "Washington", managers are currently biting elbows.
But the main hero of the match was Vladimir Tarasenko, which seems to be all clear. He can easily claim the title of fresh rising star NHL. 22-year-old resident of Russia is impossible good this season, but in the fight against predators ahead of myself and did something new, specifically - "hat trick Gordy Howe". So in the NHL called achievement, when a player in one match he scored a goal, made a transfer and got into a fight.
What entertaining record for "hat-trick Gordy Howe" not himself HOU, and it seems that Brendan Shanahan. As for Tarasenko, he got into a fight with a defender of "Nashville" Ryan Ellis, which was suppressed even at the youth world Championships, according to "Soviet Sport".
Traditionally tathai in North America, agreed to beforehand, that throw gloves will stand up against each other in the rack and start the show to the delight of the audience. But Tarasenko has done the opposite. This fight was like rewinding. At first Vladimir reached into the pile and fell on the ice. Then jumped up and rushed to Ellis, who already held the judge. At first glance, nothing will. But he scratched Ellis from the clutches of an arbitrator as if he were his best friend. And they began to fight, while immediately switched to freestyle wrestling, tumbling on all fours. This fight will be the decoration of the NHL.
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