Jon Rheault

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

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  • Panthers' Rheault Recalled From AHL

    News: Jon Rheault was recalled from AHL San Antonio on Wednesday, Harvey Fialkov of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
    Analysis: The Panthers gave Jon Rheault the call after Kris Versteeg suffered an apparent knee injury during Tuesday's game. The 26-year-old Rheault will likely help fill in until Versteeg returns, but it's unclear when that will be. Rheault has put up 37 points (17G, 20A) in 51 AHL games this season.
  • Panthers' Rheault Sent Down To AHL

    News: The Panthers have sent Jon Rheault down to AHL San Antonio, Harvey Fialkov of the Sun Sentinel reports.
    Analysis: Jon Rheault has played just three games for the Panthers this season, but has failed to record a point. He is better suited to play in the AHL at this point in his career.
  • Panthers Promote Rheault

    News: The Panthers have called up Jon Rheault from AHL San Antonio on Tuesday, reports.
    Analysis: This is Jon Rheault's first stint in Florida, where he will give the injury-plagued Panthers depth up front. He has 37 points in 50 games for San Antonio.
  • Panthers' Rheault With Solid First Half In AHL

    News: Jon Rheault leads AHL San Antonio Rampage in points thus far with 34, including a goal in Sunday's contest against Chicago.
    Analysis: GM Dale Tallon has shown he's not afraid to shake things up lately by recalling Rampage goalie Jacob Markstrom. If the Panthers can't find a way to halt their current five-game skid, Jon Rheault could find himself in Sunrise in the near future.
  • Flames Re-Sign Rheault To AHL Contract

    News: The Flames have re-signed Rheault to an AHL contract, according to the Calgary Herald.
    Analysis: Rheault, who was drafted by the Flyers in the fifth round of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft, appeared in 79 games with AHL Abbotsford in 2010-11, notching 12 goals, 22 assists, and 46 PIMs for Calgary's minor league affiliate. The American-born skater reportedly will return to the minors next season, so he's best viewed as organizational depth in the foreseeable future.
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