Romanov and Sorokin distinguished themselves in the Islanders’ victory over San Jose in the NHL
The New York Islanders defeated the San Jose Sharks in the National Hockey League (NHL) regular season game. The meeting ended with a score of 4:1 in favor of the Islanders. About this March 19 writes RIA News.
The winners included Jean-Gabriel Pajot, Kyle Palmieri, Ryan Pulok and Zach Parise. In the match against the Sharks, 23-year-old Russian defender Alexander Romanov scored. He made an assist. And Russian Ilya Sorokin, who defends the gates of the Islanders, repelled 29 of 30 shots.
Ilya Sorokin is 27 years old, he is a pupil of the Kemerovo hockey school. From 2012 to 2014, the hockey player skated for the Kuznetsk Bears, then played for Metallurg, Zvezda, CSKA. Since 2021, Sorokin has been at the gates of the New York Islanders.
Alexander Romanov is the son of the Soviet hockey player Stanislav Romanov and the grandson of the former head coach of the Russian national hockey team Zinetula Bilyaletdinov. In Russia, Romanov skated for the Red Army, Wings of the Soviets, CSKA. In 2022, he moved to the New York club.