Dadonov (illness) will play Thursday vs. the Flames.
Dadonov missed Wednesday’s practice with an illness but will be available for Thursday’s game. Dadonov has gone cold recently, scoring just once with no assists in his last six games.
Dadonov (shoulder) will return to the Panthers lineup on Tuesday.
Dadonov (shoulder) will miss 4-6 weeks.
Dadonov (shoulder) will not play Monday vs. the Devils.
Dadonov underwent an MRI on Sunday but the Panthers have yet to release an official injury report on the first-year forward. Dadonov has had an excellent first 22 NHL games, collecting seven goals and 11 assists (18 points), but it sounds like he will miss a little bit of time.
Dadonov will have an MRI done on his shoulder; expected to be out “longer than shorter.”
The Panthers have signed Evgeny Dadonov to a three-year contract.
Dadonov, 28, was a third round pick of the Panthers in 2007 but has been in Russia since 2012-13. Dadonov had 20 points (10G / 10A) in 55 NHL games in his first go-around in North America. In his last three seasons in the KHL, Dadonov averaged 24 goals and 29 assists and comes back to the NHL where he is expected to play a top-6 role. Panthers’ GM Dale Tallon has said he expects Dadonov to play with Aleksander Barkov and Jonathan Huberdeau, which makes him a huge fantasy sleeper heading into 2017-18.
RALEIGH, NC – Jim Rutherford, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that the team has acquired forwards Evgenii Dadonov (ehv-GEH-nee do-DON-nauv) and A.J. Jenks from the Florida Panthers in exchange for forwards Jon Matsumoto and Mattias Lindstrom.
Dadonov struggled to stick with the more-competitive Panthers this season, playing only 15 games. While in the AHL he scored five goals and nine points over 20 games. Expect him to get another look or two in Carolina.
#FlaPanthers just announce Evgenii Dadonov not going to be healthy scratch tonight
Dadonov has no immediate fantasy hockey value in the minors.
#FlaPanthers scratches for Friday appear to be Keaton Ellerby and Evgenii Dadonov
Dadonov will dress for tonight's warmups but likely is a healthy scratch.
Florida Panthers Executive Vice President & General Manager Dale Tallon announced today RW Evgenii Dadonov and RW Michal Repik have been recalled from San Antonio (AHL).
He scored two goals over 12 games in his first stint with the team. Look for him to get another crack at a scoring line.
#FlaPanthers have assigned Evgenii Dadonov to @sarampage #NHL #AHL
Dadonov needs to play so expect him to get bigger minutes in San Antonio.
Evgenii Dadonov back in 4th line
Dadonov stays fresh by getting back into the lineup. The sophomore has only two goals on the season.
looks like Dadanov. Is scratched
Dadonov once again looks like the odd-man out. The Russian forward has two goals in 11 games.
Dadonov back with 'SA Express' line
After being a healthy scratch for one game, Dadonov draws back into the lineup. The sophomore has two goals through 10 games.
Dadanov possible scratch #flapanthers
Dadonov replaced Versteeg in the lineup so his return could push the Russian winger out.
Dadonov gets downgraded to the fourth line after not scoring for four consecutive games. He has two goals through six to start the season but coach Kevin Dineen likely wants more from the skilled Russian.
#FlaPanthers recall winger Evgeny Dadonov from @sarampage. He will join the team this afternoon. #NHL #AHL
Dadonov is scheduled to fill in for Scottie Upshall on the second line. He scored three goals and four points over nine games with the San Antonio Rampage.
Panthers send Evgeny Dadanov to AhL @sarampage
Dadonov has no fantasy hockey value in the AHL.
Evgeny Dadonov, Keaton Ellerby scratched for #FlaPanthers;
Dadonov is an off-man out following the team's offseason shopping spree. Last season, he scored eight goals and 17 points through 36 games. Expect him to draw back into the lineup sooner rather than later.
Evgeny Dadonov, starting his second full season with the Panthers, may be the odd man out at least early on.
With all the recent signings in Florida, it appears Dadonov is the odd man out. Last season he scored eight goals and 17 points through 36 games at age 21. He should rotate back into the lineup at some point this year.