McCoshen has been called up from Rockford (AHL) and is expected to make Blackhawks debut on Saturday.
McCoshen was acquired from Florida in late-October and is expected to replace Duncan Keith in the lineup on Saturday. McCoshen, who has appeared in 60 career NHL games, has four assists in 13 games with Rockford this season.
The Blackhawks have acquired Ian McCoshen from the Panthers for Aleksi Saarela.
McCoshen made 19 appearances with the Panthers last season but has started the 2019-20 season in the AHL, where he has registered four assists in seven games. McCoshen is a big, (6-foot-3, 217 lbs) physical defenseman who averaged 2.2 hits per game with Florida last year. He is expected to report to Rockford (AHL).
The Panthers signed Ian McCoshen to a one-year, two-way contract.
McCoshen split the 2018-19 season between the AHL and NHL. McCoshen had one goal and one assist in 19 games with Florida and nine assists in 38 games with Springfield. McCoshen will likely open the 2020 season in the AHL yet again.
McCoshen will be back in the Panthers lineup on Thursday.
McCoshen was a healthy scratch vs. Dallas on Tuesday but will replacing Bogdan Kiselevich in the lineup on Thursday. McCoshen is still looking for his first point of the season—he was held off of the scoresheet while averaging 11:33 TOI/gm in his first eight games.
McCoshen will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
McCoshen will draw into the Panthers lineup on Thursday.
McCoshen has been a healthy scratch for the last two games but will replace MacKenzie Weegar in the lineup on Thursday. McCoshen has not registered a point in five games since being called up by Florida.
McCoshen will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
McCoshen played just 11:23 TOI last night and will be replaced by MacKenzie Weegar on Saturday. McCoshen has not picked up a point in five games with the Panthers this season.
The Panthers recalled Ian McCoshen from Springfield (AHL).
McCoshen has spent most of the season with Springfield, where he has nine assists in 38 games. The 23-year-old has no points in the NHL this season but has five points (3G / 2A) in 45 career games.
The Panthers have sent Ian McCoshen to Springfield (AHL).
McCoshen spent most of last season as a reserve defenseman for the Panthers, appeared in 38 games and picking up four points (3G / 1A) along the way. He goes back to the AHL where he has four goals and 13 assist (17 points) in his last 70 games.
McCoshen will be back in the Panthers lineup on Sunday.
McCoshen will be back in the Panthers lineup on Tuesday.
McCoshen will be a healthy scratch vs. the Maple Leafs.
McCoshen has been in the lineup for the last three games, but he will swap spots with MacKenzie Weegar tonight vs. Toronto. These two have swapped spots frequently this season, but neither brings any offence to the table.
McCoshen will draw back into the Panthers lineup on Tuesday.
McCoshen has not been in the Panthers lineup since January 7th but will replace MacKenzie Weegar on the blueline tonight. McCoshen has there goals and a minus-11 rating in 29 games this season.
McCoshen will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
McCoshen was in the Panthers lineup on Tuesday but will be replace by Mackenzie Weegar tonight in Detroit.
McCoshen (undisclosed) will miss at least the next two games.
McCoshen must has suffered an injury in Tuesday’s win in Arizona and will be out through the Christmas break. MacKenzie Weegar will replace him in the lineup tonight vs. the Wild.
McCoshen will be a healthy scratch on Monday.
McCoshen will come out of the Panthers’ lineup on Friday.
McCoshen registered one goal while averaging 14:26 TOI/GM in his first five games of the season. McCoshen will be replaced by MacKenzie Weegar vs. the Penguins.