Stanley Cup semi-finalist “Rangers” signed a contract with Russian forward Kravtsov
The 22-year-old hockey player signed a one-year deal
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Russian striker Vitaly Kravtsov has signed a new deal with the NHL’s New York Rangers. About it reported on the official website of the New York team.
The 22-year-old has signed a one-year contract that will earn him $875,000.
Last season, the hockey player played in the KHL for Traktor Chelyabinsk. He played 34 games on the ice, scored 13 goals and made 10 assists. For the Rangers, Kravtsov has 20 matches and 4 (2+2) points.
Last season, the Rangers reached the semi-finals of the Stanley Cup, where they lost 2–4 to Tampa in the series.
In addition to Kravtsov, three other Russians play for the Rangers: striker Artemy Panarin and goalkeepers Igor Shesterkin and Alexander Georgiev.