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Mikhail Sergachev

Mikhail Sergachev

G
2
A
17
Pts
19
+/-
-16
PPP
7
SOG
53
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 1"/217 lbs
Born: Nizhnekamsk, Russia
Draft: 2016 1st round (9th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.

    Lightning’s Jon Cooper apologizes, Vasilevskiy promises to be smarter

    TAMPA — Even more than losing the first-round series to the Panthers, Lightning coach Jon Cooper said Wednesday, the inadvertent swipe he took at women after Monday’s Game 5 loss was what pained him most. Cooper opened his season wrap-up news conference by apologizing for what many perceived as a sexist comment after his team’s 6-1, season-ending loss to the Panthers in Sunrise. “I made an ...

  • Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.

    Lightning playoff extra: A night of no breaks, no power-play goals

    3 Panthers stars Aleksander Barkov The Panthers captain gave his team a brief two-goal lead with Florida’s first shorthanded goal of the series in the second period, then helped seal the Lightning’s fate with his second goal with 8:54 remaining. He also assisted on Carter Verhaeghe’s goal to open the night’s scoring, and won 11 of 14 faceoffs. Carter Verhaeghe Call him Clutch Verhaeghe, at ...

  • ClutchPoints | Tampa Bay Lightning News

    Mikhail Sergachev's dramatic return gets perfect Steven Stamkos reaction

    The Tampa Bay Lightning managed to keep their season alive in Game 4 by picking up a 6-3 victory over the Florida Panthers, and they got a surprise boost to their lineup in the form of Mikhail Sergachev. After suffering a fractured tibia and fibula back on February 7th, the overarching assumption was that Sergachev would be out for the remainder of the season, but he attacked his rehab and managed to return to the ice with his team's season on the line. Sergachev picked up an assist while also recording a hit and two blocked shots in his return to action for Tampa Bay, and his presence lit a spark under his teammates. After the game, Steven Stamkos shouted out Sergachev for pushing himself to find his way back for the Lightning, showing how fired up he was to see one of the team's top defenseman back in the fold.