Luongo turned aside 41 of 42 shots faced during Wednesday's 2-1 shootout win over the Maple Leafs.
The 38-year-old netminder picked up his fifth win of the season and certainly will help mend his 2.78 GAA on the year. The Panthers have underachieved to start the year, so there is room for Luongo to improve his numbers, but his fantasy upside remains capped by his age and the threat of a potential timeshare situation with James Reimer down the line.
The Leafs were stunned upon taking a 4-1 home loss to the lowly Coyotes on Monday, but Toronto is still ranked third in the league with 28 points in the standings, therefore, Luongo will be taking Auston Matthews and Co. quite seriously. Bobby Lou is 4-4-1 with a 2.78 GAA and .925 save percentage through 10 games this season.
Luongo allowed three goals on 28 shots in a 3-2 loss against the Ducks on Sunday.
Florida dominated the puck, outshooting Anaheim 52-28, but the Ducks capitalized on two power-play chances to earn the narrow victory. The Panthers have the 30th-ranked penalty kill in the league, so this problem shouldn't be news to Luongo owners.
Luongo will guard the cage against Anaheim on Sunday, Steve Goldstein of Fox Sports Florida reports.
The veteran is currently riding a three-game winning streak, posting an impressive 1.30 GAA and .961 save percentage during that stretch. However, Luongo only sports a career .903 save percentage against Anaheim -- his lowest mark against any NHL team -- so he may need another strong effort to counteract his track record.
Luongo stopped all 35 shots he faced in Thursday's 2-0 win over San Jose.
Luongo won consecutive starts while stopping 64 of 68 shots for a .941 save percentage coming in, and kept the good times rolling with this sparkling performance. He stood tall despite plenty of late pressure by the hosts, making 17 of his 35 saves in the thid period. The 38-year-old netminder's slow start likely spooked some owners, but his .927 save percentage suggests Luongo's still got plenty left in the tank.