Voracek registered 20 goals and 66 points with a minus-16 rating, 210 shots on net and 25 PIM in 78 games this season.
The 29-year-old has tallied 20 goals in six of the last seven seasons, including each of the last three, but after posting a career-high 65 assists in 2017-18, it was disappointing that Voracek was back under 70 points this season. He nearly had more assists last year than he had points in 2018-19. Voracek's plus-minus was one of his career worsts and he recorded his fewest PIM since 2013-14 as well.
Voracek has two goals and four points with a minus-6 rating in 10 games since returning from a two-game suspension on March 15.
The 29-year-old was hot at the end of February and beginning of March, and he also scored in his return from suspension, but since then, he only has one goal and two assists. It's a disappointing end to a underwhelming season for Voracek. For the third straight season, he has 20 goals, but he is 20 assists behind his 2017-18 pace. Maybe that should have been expected, though, because Voracek posted a career-high 65 assists last season. He's only recorded more than 50 helpers in one other season during his 11-year career. Voracek has 20 goals and 65 points with a minus-16 rating in 76 games this season.
Voracek posted four shots on goal in a 4-2 loss to the Islanders on Saturday.
The 29-year-old still sits one score shy of recording 20 goals for the third straight season. Voracek has four goals and 13 points in the last 10 games, but most of that production came at the beginning of the month. He actually only has one point in the past four contests. Voracek has 19 goals and 63 points in 71 games this season. With only seven games remaining, he no longer has a realistic shot at a second straight 80-point campaign. Voracek will have to average a point per game down the stretch to just reach the 70-point plateau.
Voracek has fully served the two-game suspension for his hit on Johnny Boychuk in last Saturday's win over the Islanders.
Voracek lost an appeal regarding the two-game ban, with the Flyers defeating the Senators but dropping one to the Capitals in his absence. Look for the veteran to reprise his role in the top six and No. 1 power-play unit against the Maple Leafs on Friday.
Voracek's appeal of a two-game ban was upheld by commissioner Gary Bettman on Wednesday, Stephen Whyno of the Associated Press reports.
As a result of Bettman's decision, Voracek will miss Thursday's clash with Washington. The winger practiced with the team Wednesday in anticipation that he would be available, but instead, Samuel Morin will likely slot into the lineup as a seventh defensemen, which is how the team managed the lineup versus Ottawa on Monday.
Voracek has filled an appeal through the NHLPA of his two-game suspension, Chris Johnston of Sportsnet reports.
Even if the league is able to expedite Voracek's appeal, it seems unlikely a ruling would be delivered in time for Monday's matchup with Ottawa. At best, the winger will hope to see his ban reduced to one game in order to allow him to suit up for Thursday's clash with Washington. Assuming Voracek can't play, the Flyers will need to either promote a player from the minors or utilize seven defesenmen.
Voracek has been suspended two games for his hit on Islanders defenseman Johnny Boychuk on Saturday.
Voracek put Boychuk into the concussion protocol when he caught the blueliner up high as Boychuk was going in for a hit of his own. The owner of 18 goals and 61 points through 66 games will sit out Monday against Ottawa and Thursday against Washington before being eligible to return Friday in Toronto.
Voracek will have a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety for his hit on Johnny Boychuk in Saturday's win over the Islanders.
As Boychuk was racing down a puck, Voracek turned and hit him high, forcing Boychuk to the locker room. Voracek received a five-minute major for the hit, but he'll likely get tagged with a suspension. He's a first-time offender, so it will likely be a shorter ban.
Voracek (lower body) will be fit to play in Saturday's game against the Islanders, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
A previous report indicated that Voracek wasn't at practice Friday, but he ended up joining the team and took part in special teams drills, per Dave Isaac of the Courier Post. Voracek has produced 18 goals and 41 assists -- including 15 power-play points -- through 65 games this season, so don't hesitate to plug him back into lineups at this time.
Voracek (lower body) was not at practice Friday, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
This is a discouraging development, as Voracek was expected to return to practice Thursday, but has now missed two consecutive on-ice sessions to cast even more doubt that he'll miss Saturday's road game against the Islanders. Oskar Lindbolm and Travis Konecny should continue rounding out the top six on the right wing as long as Voracek is held out.
Voracek (lower body) will not make his return to the practice ice until Friday, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
Voracek's delayed return to the ice could cast more doubt on his status for Saturday's game against the Islanders, though it doesn't officially rule him out. With the Flyers largely out of the playoff hunt, there's little reason for the club to rush its star winger back, so he would likely need to show he's clearly healthy to make it into Saturday's lineup.
Voracek (lower body) will visit a doctor Wednesday and hopes to retake the ice Thursday against the Islanders.
Voracek can effectively be ruled out for Wednesday's contest against the Capitals, though it sounds like he's highly questionable for Saturday versus the Islanders as well. The 2007 first-round pick missed his first game in over two years Sunday because of the injury and it came at the worst time possible, as Voracek had notched nine points over the previous four games.
Voracek (lower body) was absent from warmups and won't play in Sunday's game versus the Islanders, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
It's unclear where Voracek suffered this injury, but the condition finds him at a bad time since he's on a four-game, nine-point streak. According to Bill Meltzer of NHL.com, Voracek is considered day-to-day. The Flyers only have 11 other healthy forwards on the roster, so they'll have to roll with seven defensemen. Ryan Hartman is expected to bump up to the second line in Voracek's place.
Voracek picked up three assists, one on the power play, in Friday's 6-3 win over the Devils.
The veteran winger has been on fire lately, racking up three goals and nine points over the last four games. Voracek is now one point shy of his third straight 60-point campaign and the fifth of his career, and while he'll be hard-pressed to match last season's career-high 85 points, he at least seems poised for a big finish.
Voracek scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Blue Jackets.
The 29-year-old, who spent the first three seasons of his career with Columbus, has been on a roll since the All-Star break, piling up seven goals and 17 points in the last 16 games. Voracek is on pace for another 70-point campaign, and he's been doing it without his usual production with the man advantage -- after recording at least 23 power-play points in each of the last five seasons, he only has three goals and 14 points so far in 2018-19.
Voracek scored a late game-tying goal in regulation and posted two assists in a 4-3 overtime victory against the Penguins on Saturday.
The 29-year-old tied the game with 19.7 seconds remaining in the third period and then assisted Claude Giroux's overtime game-winner. The two late points turned an otherwise uneventful night into Voracek's first three-point performance since Jan. 8. Voracek has 16 goals and 53 points in 62 games this season.
Voracek didn't score a point in a loss to the Lightning on Tuesday, but he still has four goals and 11 points in the last 11 games.
Dating back to Jan. 3, Voracek also has five goals and 20 points in 20 games. He's posted a plus-2 rating during that stretch as well, but in the last five contests, Voracek has submitted a minus-4 rating. Overall, he has 15 goals and 50 points with a minus-13 rating in 60 contests this season.
Voracek delivered three power-play assists in a 5-4 overtime victory over Edmonton on Saturday afternoon.
Holy playmaking. Voracek is heating up at just the right time. Since Jan. 8, he has been held off the scoresheet just twice in 10 games, recording 13 points (one goal, 12 helpers). The window to get him at a depressed price is pretty much gone. Voracek looks like a great post-break play.
Voracek picked up two assists in Thursday's 3-2 overtime win over Boston.
He has seven assists in his last seven games. While he won't deliver a point-per-game like he did last season, Voracek is on pace to contribute close to 70 points. That's solid fantasy production on any squad.
Voracek picked up another assist in a 1-0 victory against the Rangers on Tuesday.
The 29-year-old has averaged a point per game over the last eight contests, and seven of his eight points have been assists. He's been a model of consistency, posting one assist in five of the last six contests. However, Voracek still needs quite a few helpers to catch up to his pace from last season. He's followed up his first point-per-game season of 2017-18 with 11 goals and 40 points in the first 50 contests of 2018-19.
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