Vladimir Tarasenko Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 228 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 12/13/1991 (32)
Vladimir Tarasenko Last 10 Games
Vladimir Tarasenko News
Ottawa Senators right wing Vladimir Tarasenko had a classic revenge game against the New York Rangers on Tuesday, posting two goals and an assist in a 6-2 win over his former team. Tarasenko's first goal went down as the game-winning marker. After opening the 2023-24 campaign with four multi-point efforts in October, the Russian forward has had a pretty rough time, and he hadn't scored in 13 games before finding the back of the net again on Tuesday. Tarasenko now has five goals in total for the season and boasts 17 points with 20 games played.
Ottawa Senators right wing Vladimir Tarasenko continued his good start with his new club with a second consecutive two-point game in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Lightning. The Russian forward scored his first Senators goal and had one assist to become only the fourth player in franchise history to record multiple points in each of their first two home games with the team. Tarasenko logged 15:49 of ice time on the second line and finished with a plus-two rating, having added four shots and two hits to his account. That's now four points through the first three games of the season for Tarasenko, and it looks like he's back to his best after struggling last year.
Vladimir Tarasenko's play in the New York Ranger's win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday was a promising sign for the team, as he contributed a goal and two assists, including the game-winning goal in overtime. Tarasenko had been struggling to find his scoring touch since joining the Rangers earlier in the season, but his performance against the Flyers suggests he may have turned a corner. With the playoffs approaching, the Rangers will need Tarasenko to continue producing at a high level if they hope to make a deep run and compete for the Stanley Cup.
New York Rangers right wing Vladimir Tarasenko contributed to all three goals and scored the game-winner in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime victory against the Flyers. Tarasenko provided assists on a power play goal by Mika Zibanejad in the first period and the game-tying goal by Chris Kreider in the third, while he followed that up by scoring his third in a Rangers uniform halfway into the extra frame. Tarasenko has picked up seven points through 10 games since the trade that sent him from the Blues to the Rangers, and he should be started across all formats while claiming a spot in the top six.