Panik scored his 14th goal of the season in a 4-1 win over the Golden Knights. He added three hits and three shots in the contest. Panik has 33 points in 75 games this season, down from the 35 points he recorded last year between the Coyotes and the Blackhawks. He has tossed 137 hits and fired 140 shots on goal, helping to supplement his fantasy value in deeper formats.
Panik found the net in the first period, scoring his team's only goal of the game in a 7-1 loss to Chicago on Monday. Panik's first full season in Arizona has been right in line with expectations, as he hit the 30-point mark with his goal in this one. The goal snapped a three-game scoring drought and marked his most ice time in a game since Feb. 12, but don't read too much into his 18:05 on the ice, as most of that was after the game was decided.
Panik recorded three assists in Thursday's 5-2 win over the Canucks. Panik is now up to 27 points in 2018-19, as the forward was able to snap a four-game drought with a monster performance. The 28-year-old also blocked a pair of shots in the win.
Panik (illness) skated 13:01 in Thursday's 3-2 overtime win over the Canucks. The ice time was 3:47 lower than his season average, so it's safe to assume the winger is not yet at 100 percent. He had one of each in shots, hits and blocked shots in the contest.
Panik's availability for Thursday's game against the Canucks won't be decided until pregame warmups, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports. Despite joining the team in Vancouver ahead of Thursday's contest, Panik hasn't been officially cleared to enter the lineup at this point. How he's feeling around puck drop will likely determine his status, so owners should keep tabs around the time the Coyotes take the ice for warmups at 9:30 PM ET. If he can't go, Mario Kempe will likely remain in the lineup.
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