Tyler Plante

G / Florida Panthers / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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  • Panthers Release Plante

    News: The Panthers released Tyler Plante on Saturday, Harvey Fialkov of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
    Analysis: Tyler Plante failed to impress after being taken in the second round in 2005. After going unclaimed on waivers last week, he has decided to play in Sweden.
  • Panthers' Plante Clears Unconditional Waivers

    News: Tyler Plante cleared unconditional waivers Friday, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.
    Analysis: The Panthers will now have the option to release Tyler Plante if they so choose. Plante, a second-round pick by Florida in 2005, has yet to appear in an NHL game.
  • Panthers Waive Plante

    News: The Panthers waived Tyler Plante on Thursday with the intention of sending him to AHL San Antonio, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
    Analysis: Tyler Plante was competing with Jacob Markstrom for the backup spot behind Jose Theodore, but Markstrom earned the job with a better performance during the preseason. Expect Plante to be San Antonio's top goaltender if he clears waivers.
  • Panthers Waive Plante

    News: Tyler Plante was waived by the Panthers on Thursday, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
    Analysis: Tyler Plante struggled in the preseason giving up four goals, in just under 30 minutes of ice time, Tuesday against the Predators. With Plante being waived, rookie Jacob Markstrom will serve as the team's primary backup while Scott Clemmenson recovers from knee surgery. The expectation is that Plante will end up in San Antonio, should he clear waivers.
  • Plante In Mix For Backup Job

    News: Tyler Plante will battle Jacob Markstrom for the backup goaltender spot during the remaining days of training camp, the Panthers' official site reports.
    Analysis: Ultimately, it could be a short-lived tenure with the big club for either player as Scott Clemmensen is only expected to miss one month following minor knee surgery. Tyler Plante, a former second-round pick, may be deemed a better short-term backup for Jose Theodore as it seems unlikely that the No. 2 in Florida will get significant time during the early weeks of the season.
  • Plante Signs One-Year, Two-Way Deal with Panthers

    News: Plante signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Panthers on Wednesday, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
    Analysis: Plante is 24 years old and was drafted by the Panthers in the second round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft. He played in 35 games for Rochester of the AHL last year, and he's expected to continue playing in the minors for the foreseeable future.
  • Panthers' Plante Demoted

    News: The Panthers have sent Plante to AHL Rochester, the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: He's the odd man out in nets for Florida, with Tomas Vokoun available again.
  • Recalled By Panthers

    News: The Panthers have recalled Plante from AHL Rochester, the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: Plante will be on hand to back up Tomas Vokoun on Tuesday, as Scott Clemmensen is out with an injury.
  • Panthers' Plante Sent to Rochester

    News: Plante has been sent back to AHL Rochester, the Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
    Analysis: Tomas Vokoun has looked solid throughout the preseason and backup Scott Clemmensen has cemented his place as Vokoun's No. 2, so there was no real need for Plante to stick on the final roster.
  • Plante recalled from AHL

    News: Florida placed C Kamil Kreps on the injured list, retroactive to Nov. 6, and recalled G Tyler Plante from Rochester of the AHL Wednesday. Kreps, who sustained a concussion in a loss at Los Angeles, is eligible to return Friday night when the Panthers face Detroit.
    Analysis: Plante was added to the roster after Tomas Vokoun left Wednesday's practice with an undisclosed injury. He is going to serve as a backup to Craig Anderson until Vokoun is healthy and could be back in the AHL shortly. He still has no Fantasy value.
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