Hoffman scored a goal on four shots in a 4-3 loss to Washington on Wednesday.
With 10 goals through 25 games in 2019-20, Hoffman is on straight for his second 30-goal campaign in as many seasons with the Panthers. The 30-year-old has produced consistently all season and has hit the scoresheet in seven of his last nine games.
Hoffman scored the empty-netter in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Flyers.
Despite being rotated down to the third line, Hoffman is still producing at an impressive pace. After hitting a rough patch that saw him score only three points in 12 games, Hoffman is on a five-game point streak. The 29-year-old has 16 points through 21 games this season.
Hoffman dished out two assists -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Jets.
Hoffman came out of the gate on fire with five goals and two assists in the season's first four games. He then went cold with just two points over the next 12 games, but Hoffman has heated back up with an active three-game point streak. The 29-year-old forward will need to find more consistency moving forward if he wants to come close to last season's career-best 70-point output.
Hoffman scored a goal on the power play in Tuesday's 5-4 shootout win over the Bruins.
The goal pulled the Panthers back within one after they fell down 4-0 heading into the third period. Keith Yandle tied the game with under two minutes left to play, and Hoffman scored the shootout winner in the fourth round. The Cats will be happy to get offense from Hoffman, who had managed only one goal and two assists in the previous 11 games.
Hoffman was held off the scoresheet with only one shot on net during Thursday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Capitals.
After putting up seven points in the first four games of the season, Hoffman has only managed three points in his last 11. The Panthers' power play has come down to earth this year, with the team converting only 21.7 percent of the time compared to last season's 26.8. Not only that, but the Cats are fifth to last in power-play opportunities after ending last season with the third-most chances. That hurts Hoffman's production, as he saw 35 of his 70 points last season come on the man advantage.
Hoffman scored a power-play tally in Monday's 7-2 loss to the Canucks.
The goal snapped a five-game point drought for the goal-scoring winger. Hoffman is up to six goals and nine points in 12 games for the Panthers, with four of his points coming on the man advantage. Half of his points in 2018-19 (35 out of 70) were on the power play.
Hoffman failed to register a point for the fourth-straight game in Thursday's 6-5 shootout loss to the Flames.
Only once last season did Hoffman have a pointless streak last more than three games, and it came in the last month of the season. Surprisingly, the Panthers have scored 16 goals over their last four games, so it is not a lack of team offense that is keeping Hoffman off the scoresheet. In the first four games of the season, he scored five goals on 21 shots, but over the last four games, he has only fired six shots on goal and has yet to convert.
Hoffman scored a goal on a game-high nine shots and had two PIM in Friday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Sabres.
Hoffman's goal came with just 11 seconds remaining in regulation and sent the game into overtime. He took a cross-ice pass from Evgenii Dadonov at the right faceoff dot and calmly unloaded a rocket of a wrist shot that beat Buffalo goalie Linus Ullmark cleanly. Hoffman has now reached the scoresheet in all four games this season, totaling five goals and two assists so far. He had career highs of 36 goals and 70 points in 2018-19, his first year as a Panther.
Hoffman collected two assists, one on the power play, in Tuesday's 6-3 loss to the Hurricanes.
He also added six shots and a hit to his ledger. Hoffman is flying to begin the season with four goals and six points through three games, and after notching career highs with 36 goals and 70 points in 2018-19, the 29-year-old is looking to take things to another level this year.
Hoffman scored three goals in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Lightning.
Two came on the power play; the third was the game winner. Hoffman is coming off a career-high 36-goal, 70-point season and many thought his game would slide back toward the 60-point mark this season. But maybe not. Hoffman has four goals in two games and looks every part a stud sniper. Smart owners would be wise to peddle him in a trade, though. There are panicky owners out there already (go figure) and you might be able to snag a slow starter by leveraging Hoffman in a deal. He's good, but not this good.
Hoffman scored his first goal of the season in a 5-2 loss to the Lightning on Thursday.
Coming off a career-high in goals last campaign with 36, Hoffman has hit the ground running, potting a goal in the 2019-20 season opener. With Vincent Trocheck now healthy, Hoffman should benefit from having a consistent center and a big role on the Cats' deadly power play. It looks like he's ready to have another big year.
Hoffman nabbed a pair of assists Monday against the Maple Leafs.
Hoffman saw a season-high 22:28 of ice time in the contest thanks to a high-scoring affair, adding four shots on goal to his ledger. He has now racked up five points over his last three contests and a career-high 69 over 76 games thanks to a talented Panthers squad surrounding him.
Hoffman scored a goal and added an assist in a 7-3 loss to the Bruins on Saturday.
Hoffman now has 35 goals and 67 points in 75 games in his first season in the Floridian litter box. Those 35 goals put him squarely in the league's top-20 snipers. Hoffman's fantasy value has never been higher.
Hoffman buried a one-timer on the power play during Thursday's 4-2 win over the Coyotes.
Hoffman now has 34 points on the man advantage -- accounting for more than half of his total (65). He is the only player among the league's top-50 in points to have more power-play points than even-strength points. The offensive discrepancy certainly explains the minus-22 that puts him in the bottom 10 for plus-minus.
Hoffman scored a power-play goal and added an assist in Thursday's 4-2 win over the Sharks.
Hoffman also had two hits, two shots and two blocked shots in the contest. His goal ended up counting as the game-winner -- his sixth of the season. The two-point night helped the winger set a new career high with 63 points (32 goals, 31 apples) in 70 games in his first season with the Panthers. With 32 of his points coming on the man advantage, Hoffman has been an excellent winger in fantasy circles.
Hoffman collected his 14th power-play goal of the season in Friday's 6-2 win over the Wild.
With the five-on-three goal, Hoffman is now tied for fourth in the league in both power-play goals and power-play points (31). More than half of his 60 points this season have come on the man advantage.
Hoffman dished out two assists -- one on the power play -- in Tuesday's loss to the Penguins.
He immediately got in the action with a power-play assist on Henrik Borgstrom's goal just 1:45 into the period, and Hoffman set up Vincent Trocheck's off-angle goal late in the second frame. Hoffman now has 59 points through 66 games, and he's just two points shy of the career high he set back in the 2016-17 campaign with the Senators.
Hoffman scored twice on the power play in Thursday's 6-5 shootout loss to the Golden Knights.
The pair of goals, both assisted by Keith Yandle and Jonathan Huberdeau, helped the Panthers overturn an early deficit. Hoffman totaled four shots and two hits in the contest. He's scored in three straight games and owns a five-game point streak, during which he's accumulated eight points. Most importantly, Hoffman has his first 30-goal season, doing so in only 63 games this year. The only concern for the elite sniper is a minus-22 rating. He also extended his career high for power-play points, with 29 this season.
Hoffman exploded for a goal and two assists in a 4-3 overtime win over the Avalanche on Monday.
Hoffman scored the tying goal in the third period, and then set up defenseman Aaron Ekblad for the game-winning goal in overtime. Hoffman fired seven shots on goal and added two blocked shots in a strong performance. Hoffman has 27 each of goals and helpers this year, although his minus-19 rating may weigh down his value a bit.
The Panthers will entertain trade offers for Hoffman, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
The Senators dealt Hoffman to the Sharks in June, only for Team Teal to reroute him to the Panthers in a deal that involved four draft picks. Hoffman has proven that he can be an effective offensive producer wherever he plays, but with 26 goals and 23 helpers through 58 games, the 29-year-old is actually performing at a career-best rate with Florida. Hoffman has one year remaining on a contract valued at $5.187 million annually before he'll be eligible to become an unrestricted free agent.
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