Bobrovsky will start Tuesday vs. the Flyers.
Bobrovsky gave up three goals on 33 shots in the Panthers' 4-3 win over the Rangers on Saturday. The win snapped a four-game losing streak for Bobrovsky, who is now 4-2-2 with a 3.54 GAA, .887 SV% and one shutout on home-ice this season. Tonight he faces a Flyers team that has lost three straight and recently recalled Morgan Frost to try and help boost their offence.
The Panthers have recalled Dominic Toninato from Springfield (AHL).
Toninato appeared in three games with Panthers earlier this season before returning to the AHL. The 22-year-old forward has scored five goals with three assists (eight points) in 15 games with Springfield this season and will replace Dryden Hunt on the Panthers fourth line on Tuesday.
Hawryluk (upper-body) is expected to miss one more week.
Hawryluk has missed the last seven games and head coach Joel Quenneville expects him to miss at least one more week (four games). They do expect Hawryluk to return to practice at some time this week, which leaves the door open for the winger to play next week.
Weegar (face) is expected to miss one more week.
Weegar has missed the last three games and head coach Joel Quenneville expects him to miss at least one more week (four games). They do expect him to return to practice sometime throughout the week, which leaves the door open for the defenseman to play next week.
Hunt cleared waivers and has been assigned to Springfield (AHL).
Hunt appeared in all 20 games this season, picking up just four assists and 32 shots while playing 10:47 ATOI. He goes back to Springfield, where he dominated last season, posting 44 points (23G / 21A) in 51 games.
Bobrovsky will start Saturday vs. the Rangers.
Bobrovsky surrendered four goals on 30 shots in the Panthers loss to the Jets on Thursday. Bobrovsky's struggles continued, resulting in him going 0-2-1 with a 4.17 and .875 SV% in his last four starts. The Panthers are trying to get their No.1 netminder going, so they'll come right back to him on Saturday night. Tonight he faces a Rangers team that is 3-3-0 with 2.83 goals per game on the road.
Weegar (head) is expected to miss at least one week.
Weegar did not play in Boston on Tuesday and will likely miss another week. Weegar was struck in the head by a puck in New York on Sunday and will continue to be replaced by Keith Yandle on the top-pair.
Bobrovsky will start Thursday vs. the Jets.
Bobrovsky was pulled after he allowed four goals on 23 shots in the Panthers come-from-behind win in Boston on Tuesday. Despite Samuel Montembeault playing very well in relief, the Panthers will stick with their $70 million dollar man on Thursday night. The Jets are struggling mightily to score goals right now so maybe this is an opportunity to get Bob back on track.
Source: Erin Brown 11/14/19, 3:47 pm EST
Bobrovsky was the first goalie off of the ice at the Panthers' morning skate.
Bobrovsky will start Tuesday in Boston.
Bobrovsky stopped 34 of 36 shots in the Panthers' loss to the Islanders on Saturday. He played very well but it wasn't quite good enough because Thomas Greiss was terrific on the other end. Bobrovsky's numbers still aren't great but he hasn't lost in regulation in his last six starts, going 4-0-2 with a 3.01 GAA and .884 SV%.
Acciari (undisclosed) will return to the Panthers lineup on Tuesday.
Acciari missed the last three games but will play Tuesday in Boston. Acciari, who has settled in as the Panthers fourth-line centre, has four goals in 14 games as he gets set to face his former team tonight. Dominic Toninato was sent to Springfield (AHL) yesterday to make room for Acciari.
The Panthers have sent Dominic Toninato to Springfield (AHL).
Toninato, 25, had one goal in three games with the Panthers during his call-up. Toninato's return to the AHL suggests that Noel Acciari will return to the lineup on Tuesday. Toninato has six points (4G / 2A) in 12 AHL games this season.
Montenbeault will start Sunday in New York.
Bobrovsky will start Saturday against the Islanders.
Bobrovsky allowed five goals on 31 shots in the Panthers loss to the Capitals on Thursday. The loss snapped a brief two-game winning streak for Bobrovsky, who comes in at 3-1-2 with a 3.48 GAA and .869 SV% on the road this season. On the flip side, the Islanders are 7-2-1 while scoring 3.40 goals per game on home ice this season.
Trocheck (lower-body) is expected to play on Saturday.
Trocheck has missed the last seven games with a lower-body issue but the plan is for him to play on Saturday. Head coach Joel Quenneville told reporters that Trocheck "looked good" following Friday's practice, so expect an update a few hours prior to tomorrow's afternoon tilt. Trocheck has one goal and five assists (six points) in eight games this season.
Bobrovsky will start Thursday vs. the Capitals.
Bobrovsky stopped all 22 shots that he faced in the Panthers' shutout win over the Red Wings last Saturday. The win moved Bobrovsky to 3-1-1 with a 3.20 GAA, .898 SV% and one shutout on home ice this season. Tonight he faces a Capitals team that comes in at 7-1-1 while scoring 4.11 goals per game in their first nine road games of 2019-20.
Matheson (undisclosed) will return to the Panthers lineup on Thursday.
Matheon has missed the last five games but with Corey Stillman heading back to the AHL on Tuesday, it paved the way for Matheson's return vs. The Capitals. He has had a slow offensive start to the season, pointing a single assist in nine games.
Source: David Dwork 11/6/19, 3:23 pm EST
Acciari (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Acciari suffered an undisclosed injury vs. the Red Wings on Saturday and is day-to-day. Dominic Toninato will be recalled from Springfield (AHL) to replace Acciari.
Source: David Dwork 11/6/19, 3:21 pm EST
Trocheck (lower-body) remains day-to-dayl will not play Thursday.
Trocheck will miss his seventh straight game on Thursday and remains day-to-day, which makes him questionable for their Saturday/Sunday back-to-back.
Source: David Dwork 11/6/19, 3:19 pm EST