Panik will draw back into the Coyotes lineup on Sunday.
Source: Dave Vest 11/11/18, 3:33 pm EST
Panik (lower-body) is expected to return to the Coyotes lineup on Thursday.
Panik has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury but is expected to skate on the third line with Freddie Hamilton and Josh Archibald vs. the Wild. Panik has just four assists in 15 games since being traded to the Coyotes.
Panik (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Sunday.
Panik missed Saturday’s game against the Ducks and is questionable for Sunday’s game vs. the Canucks. If Panik can’t play, look for Freddie Hamilton to remain in the lineup.
Panik will make his Coyotes debut on Friday.
Panik was acquired from the Blackhawks earlier this week and will make his Arizona debut on a line with Derek Stepan and Brendan Perlini vs. the Oilers. Panik has 16 points (6G / 10A) in 37 games this season.
The Coyotes have acquired Richard Panik and Laurent Dauphin from the Blackhawks for Anthony Duclair and Adam Clendening.
Panik signed a big contract with the Blackhawks ($2.8M AAV) but has yet to replicate last year’s numbers. The 26-year-old winger showed he can put up solid numbers and will likely play a big role in Arizona. He heads to the desert with six goals and 10 assists (16 points) in 37 games this season.
Panik will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
With Brent Seabrook back in the Blackhawks lineup tonight, the Blackhawks will roll with seven defensemen and 11 forwards and Panik will be the forward that takes a seat.
Panik will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
The Blackhawks have signed Richard Panik to a one-year contract extension worth $875K.
Panik was acquired from the Maple Leafs back in January and finished the season with a total of 15 goals and 18 assists (33 points). His $875K is a $100,000 pay-cut from what he earned in 2015-16.
Panik in; Mashinter out.
Panik was a healthy scratch in two of the last three games, but will replace Brandon Mashinter in the lineup tonight. Panik has five points (3G / 2A) in 21 games with the Blackhawks this season.
Panik will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Source: Eric Lear 03/3/16, 12:04 pm EST
Panik will be a healthy scratch on Thursday for disciplinary reasons.
Panik overslept and missed the Blackhawks morning skate, so he will be scratched tonight vs. the Lightning. With Panik our and Ryan Garbutt traded (to Anaheim) the Blackhawks will go with 11 forwards and seven defensemen.
The Blackhawks have acquired Richard Panik from the Maple Leafs for Jeremy Morin.
Panik, 24, was a second round pick (52nd overall) in 2009 and has 25 points (9G / 16A) in 33 games with the Marlies this season. Panik has 39 career points (19G / 20A) in 151 NHL games with the Lightning and the Maple Leafs. He will report to Rockford (AHL).
Source: Chris Kuc 01/4/16, 6:29 am EST
Panik has cleared waivers and has been assigned to Toronto (AHL).
After clearing waivers, the Maple Leafs have assigned Panik to the minors in order to make room to recall Scott Harrington, who is expected to make his Maple Leafs debut tonight.
Source: David Alter 10/7/15, 9:38 am EST
The Maple Leafs have placed Richard Panik on waivers.
Panik, 24, had 11 goals and six assists (17 points) in 76 games with the Maple Leafs last season. Toronto brought in a tonne of depth pieces this offseason which continuously push Panik down the depth chart, to the point where he has been placed on waivers with the intention of sending him to the minors.
The Maple Leafs re-signed Richard Panik to a one-year deal worth $975K.
Panik (head) will not play on Monday.
Panik left Sunday’s game after a hit-to-the-head and he will be held out of tonight’s game for precautionary reasons. There is no word whether or not Panik suffered a concussion, but expect Trevor Smith to get back into the lineup with Panik out.
Panik replacing Matt Frattin on the Maple Leafs third line.
Panik was claimed off of waivers from the Lightning on Wednesday and it looks like he will play on the Maple Leafs third line with Peter Holland and Daniel Winnik on Saturday. Panik has a lot of offensive skill, but still needs to work on the defensive part of his game.
The Maple Leafs have claimed Richard Panik off of waivers from Tampa Bay.
Panik, 23, was the Lightning's second round pick (53rd overall) in 2009. He has a lot of skill and upside, but could't find his way in Tampa, posting just eight goals and 14 assists (22 points) in 75 career games. A year ago I don't think the Maple Leafs make this claim, but with a new direction and focus on scoring goals and puck possession, Panik seems to fit their future plans.
The Lightning have recalled Richard Panik from Syracuse (AHL).
Panik has 11 points (2G / 9A) in 39 games with the Lightning this season. While with Syracuse he had three goals and eight assists (11 points) in 13 games. With Panik coming up, Vladislav Namestnikov is going down to Syracuse.
The Lightning have reassigned Richard Panik to Syracuse (AHL).
Panik was a healthy scratch in five of the last eight games and had just 11 points (2G / 9A) with a minus-8 rating in 39 games. At 22-years-old he has room to grow as a player and this demotion will help him do so.