Alexander Georgiev, who is set to distance himself from the Rangers on Saturday, facing the Islanders in his last exhibition match at Bridgeport, Connaught, said he was off after a unique and disappointing season of 2020-21. The season is back on the ice earlier than usual. .
“I don’t want to go back to last season. It was hard, it wasn’t fun,” said the Bulgarian-born 25-year-old goaltender, who never got traction, starting just 18 of 56 games. Kaye and Keith Concide trailed for a while on the depth chart. “I am just excited for the new one.
“I want to take it a step further. It’s great to be back with so many fans throughout the season, so much fun.
Giorgio, who went ahead 8-7-2 with 2.71 goals – against the average and a .905 saving percentage while a relatively low rating compared to expected savings and expected targets – was the subject of commercial speculation during the off-season. ۔ He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
“The rumors were false, I don’t know where it came from,” the goalkeeper said. “You can handle a lot as a player without a motion clause, so I acted as usual and tried not to think about it.”
Giorgio is expected to be under the tutelage of Igor Shesterkin, although it is not known what the Rangers’ ideal game breakdown will be for their goal tenders. Chesterkin, entering his first full NHL season, has never played more than 43 games in a single season during his career, which began in Russia.
“I only take it one day at a time,” Georgiev said, adding that he thinks there is too much emphasis on labeling goal scorers as No. 1 or No. 2. “I work hard, I’m excited for the season and I want to play as much as possible.
“I can play as much as I can, but I focus on myself and let the coaches decide what is best for the team.”