4. Artemi Panarin
Bradman joined the Chicago Black Hawks in 2015-16 after seven KHL seasons. As an NHL rookie, Penaran won by 30 goals and 77 points. After a back-to-back 30-goal season at Windy City, he will be selected in the sixth-round draft in 2017, replacing Trailer Motors and Brandon Saad, Anton with Columbus Blue Jackets on June 23, 2017. Forsberg, and the fifth round of 2018 selection.
Perrin’s magic of scoring will continue in Ohio. While his goals overall fell to 27 and 28 in 2017-18 and 2018-19, respectively, he surpassed the heights of his career in points with 82 and 87.
Penryn, a seven-year-old with the New York Rangers, signed a 5 5.81.5 million deal to move to the “Big Apple” starting the 2019-20 season. In his first season as a blue shirt, Penryn scored a total of 32 goals, 63 assists, and 95 points in just 69 games for the club. That’s 20 points more than the next top teammate. With 433 points through 405 NHL games, it looks like he’s the most likely to be the next Russian to eventually set the magic at the 1,000-point level.