Kirill Kaprizov Stats
- Height / Weight
- 70 / 202 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 4/26/1997 (25)
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Kirill Kaprizov News
Minnesota Wild winger Kirill Kaprizov has had no problems whatsoever carrying his regular-season form into the playoffs and he has a chance to set another franchise record in the first-round series against St. Louis. The 2021 Calder Trophy winner has notched five goals during the postseason and needs one more to set a new Wild record for most goals scored in a single playoff series. Marian Gaborik and Wes Walz also had five in 2003 against Vancouver. Kaprizov has scored in three straight games and boasts five goals and six points in total in the series.
Minnesota Wild winger Kirill Kaprizov made history once more Wednesday night, becoming the first player in franchise history to score a hat trick in the playoffs. He helped the team to a 6-2 victory over St. Louis with a power-play goal in the opening period and a pair of third-period markers to close out the game. The 25-year-old managed just two goals and three points a year ago in the playoffs, so he's already outdone himself in two games. Joel Eriksson Ek also had a three-point night with two goals and an assist. The fascinating series continues on Friday in St. Louis.
Minnesota Wild winger Kirill Kaprizov scored his 41st goal of the season Friday against St. Louis and now needs just two more markers to set a new franchise record. Marian Gaborik and Eric Staal currently share the record, with the former reaching 42 goals first in 2007-08. Kaprizov has already taken the points record off Gaborik this season, and he's made up a lot of ground in the race to get the goals record as well lately, scoring in eight of his last nine appearances. Minnesota has 12 more games to come, so the prolific winger still has plenty of time left to get the record. Sitting on 88 points, Kaprizov is also chasing a 100-point campaign.
Minnesota Wild winger Kirill Kaprizov scored in a sixth consecutive game and had two points in total in Saturday's 3-1 win over Carolina, posting a new franchise record for most points scored in a season. He reached 85 points for the campaign and moved past Marian Gaborik, who had held the record with 83 points from 2007-08. Kaprizov's work this season consists of 39 goals and 46 assists. The Russian winger will have a chance to set another franchise record on Sunday against Washington, as no Wild player has previously scored in seven consecutive games.
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