Artemi Panarin's still got it.
The NHL season remains on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the Rangers' leading scorer still has his patented goal-scoring celebration down pat.
In a video Panarin posted, he's seen painting what looks to be his basement walls with a paint roller. And as he gets some fresh paint on the walls, he shows off his Rockette-like high kicks as well.
"Practicing my power play finish," Panarin said in a caption.
The league's hiatus has been a time for the winger to show off that his impressive skill set goes much beyond what he can do on the ice. Whether he's been building his own bird house, fixing a fence or even doing some interior renovations, it's been quite a journey in home improvement.
Panarin was having an unbelievable first season in New York before play came to a stop.
The left winger was third in the NHL in points with 95 while tied for second in assists with 63. With the Rangers surging towards a potential Wild Card spot (just two points back when the action was stopped), Panarin and Mika Zibanejad were leading the way.