The Panthers have re-signed Jayce Hawryluk to a one-year, two-way contract.
Hawryluk was selected No.32 overall in 2014 and finally cracked the NHL roster in 2019. The 23-year-old right winger had 12 points (7G / 5A) in 42 games with the Panthers, while averaging just 9:26 TOI/gm. With Brett Connolly and Noel Acciari singing this summer and Owen Tippett knocking on the door to make the team in training camp, Hawryluk could start the year in the AHL again.
Hawryluk (lower-body) will be back in the Panthers lineup on Thursday.
Hawryluk missed the last four games with a lower-body injury that he suffered against St. Louis on February 5th, but will play Thursday vs. the Flames. Hawryluk will replace Jamie McGinn in the lineup and is expected to skate on the fourth line.
The Panthers have placed Jayce Hawryluk (lower-body) on IR.
Hawryluk missed Thursday’s game against the Penguins and was placed on IR this morning in order to clear a roster spot for Bogdan Kiselevich to be brought up from the AHL. Hawryluk’s injury is believed to be serious so expect him to miss around the minimum of seven days.
Hawryluk (lower-body) will not play on Thursday.
On Wednesday, Panthers head coach Bob Boughner said there was a 50/50 chance that Hawryluk would play on Thursday but downgraded him to out this morning. Troy Brouwer will replace the rookie winger.
Hawryluk is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Head coach Bob Boughner said there’s a 50/50 chance that Hawryluk will be available for Thursday’s game after missing Wednesday’s practice session. Troy Brouwer will draw into the lineup if Hawryluk can’t play.
The Panthers recalled Jayce Hawryluk from Springfield (AHL).
Hawryluk appeared in the last four games before the All-Star break, picking up an assist in back-to-back games. Overall, he has five points (3G / 2A) in 16 games with Florida and has collected 28 points (7G / 21A) in 28 games with the Thunderbirds.
The Panthers have recalled Jayce Hawryluk from Springfield (AHL).
Hawryluk, 22, was a second-round pick in 2014 and could make his NHL debut on Saturday. Hawryluk has been excellent in the AHL this season, leading the Springfield Thunderbirds with 28 points (7G / 21A) in 25 games.