Sceviour assisted on the opening goal in a 5-3 win over the Capitals on Monday.
It was Sceviour's first point in eight games since returning from a hand injury March 16. The injury has slowed down the 29-year-old's production this season, as he is likely to end with fewer than 20 points for the first time in his last five campaigns.
Sceviour will suit up for his second game this weekend, Steve Goldstein of Fox Sports Florida reports.
The 29-year-old missed 17 games during his stint on injured reserve but returned to face the Kings on Saturday. Sceviour is confined to a bottom-six role for now, averaging just 12:18 of ice time per game.
Sceviour (hand) is out of a cast and could return as soon as the weekend, according to coach Bob Boughner, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Sceviour last suited up Feb. 9 and had a two-game goal streak going before getting hurt. Now that he's shed his cast, Sceviour will be able to practice and try to work his way up to game speed.
Sceviour (hand/wrist) missed practice Wednesday and will be out "multiple weeks", Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
The 29-year-old was already placed on injured reserve on Feb. 11 but will be looking at a lengthy absence. Sceviour has been decent, accumulating five goals and 14 points in 49 games. The Panthers will miss Sceviour on the penalty kill, as he's averaged 2:08 of shorthanded ice time this season.
Sceviour's injury that landed him on IR is an upper-body injury, Jameson Olive of FloridaPanthers.com reports.
Sceviour will be missed particularly on the penalty kill. "He's still being assessed today," coach Bob Boughner said. "It's for sure upper-body, and we'll know more [soon]. He's not going to play, probably, for a while. It's a tough injury."
Sceviour (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Sunday, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
It's unclear what's bothering Sceviour since he played in Saturday's game versus the Capitals and scored his fifth goal of the season. His spot on IR will open up a roster spot for the recently recalled Jamie McGinn. Sceviour won't be able to re-enter the lineup until Feb. 17 versus the Canadiens.
Sceviour scored his first goal in 23 games in Thursday's 3-2 overtime win against the Penguins.
Goal scoring has come few and far between for Sceviour, who is on pace for only seven goals -- the fewest he's ever scored in a season. His lack of production has relegated him to the fourth line, where he will likely stay unless the Panthers ship out a few pieces before the trade deadline.
Sceviour collected his first fighting major of the season during Tuesday's 5-1 loss to the Penguins.
The Panthers did not like a hit Zach Aston-Reese threw on Frank Vatrano, so Sceviour went after Aston-Reese looking for payback. Frustration mounted all game for the Panthers during the blowout, as Sceviour's bout was one of two fights that broke out during the contest.
Sceviour collected an assist during a 5-0 shutout win over the Bruins on Tuesday.
The point is only Sceviour's sixth on the season after 24 games. At his current pace, the 29-year-old will have his worst scoring total in five seasons.
Sceviour collected an assist during a 5-4 overtime loss to the Blackhawks on Saturday.
Sceviour has points in two of three games after being scratched on Nov. 19. He now has five points on the season, although his shooting percentage is below his career average, so he should start to pot more goals as time goes on.
Sceviour collected nine shots on goal during a 7-3 loss to the Blue Jackets on Thursday.
Despite finding the net six more times than anyone else on the team, Sceviour couldn't cash in with a goal. His previous career high in shots of seven came back in February of 2017. Sceviour has only three points in 15 contests.
Sceviour potted an empty-net goal to secure a 4-1 victory over Edmonton on Thursday.
This comes after Sceviour and his wife welcomed their son Declan into the world Tuesday. It was his second goal of the season.
Sceviour skated only 8:19 during Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Jets after being demoted to the fourth line.
After scoring only one goal -- his only point -- in eight games to open the season, Sceviour found himself bumped to the fourth line. The Panthers are desperate for depth scoring amid their struggles to open the season and Sceviour's drought is not helping. He had only one shot in the contest.
Sceviour tallied five shots on goal during Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Rangers.
Only Mike Hoffman (seven) had more shots in the game. Sceviour is leading the bottom six in shots on goal as the Panthers have struggled with getting help from their depth in the offensive end. Despite his 14 shots on net through six games, Sceviour has only managed one goal as his only point on the season.
Sceviour was promoted to the second line before Friday's 6-5 shootout win over the Capitals and rewarded the decision by scoring his first goal of the season.
Despite going three straight games without a point to open the season, head coach Bob Boughner moved Sceviour up with Vincent Trocheck and Jonathan Huberdeau before the game against the Capitals. He proved that he belonged on the line by scoring with less than four minutes left in the first period on a second-chance opportunity after his initial shot was blocked by Brett Connolly. Boughner had been unsatisfied with his second line before Friday's game, so this performance should keep the line together for the time being.
Sceviour tallied four shots on goal, not including two that rang off the post during Thursday's 5-4 loss to the Blue Jackets.
The Panthers fourth line was full of energy in the second game of the season. Sceviour, Juho Lammikko and Troy Brouwer each saw only around 10 minutes of ice time but managed to make an impact on the scoresheet with Brouwer's first goal as a Panther. Sceviour added a hit and a block to round out his game but unfortunately could not capitalize on his scoring chances as the Panthers took their second straight loss to open the season.
Sceviour scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Sabres.
He finished the season on a four-game, five-point streak. Sceviour is a journeyman winger whose consistent 24-26 points per season help on the ice, but rarely make a sound on the fantasy register.
Sceviour tallied a goal in Tuesday's 7-2 blowout against Ottawa.
Sceviour opened up the scoring early in the first period with his ninth goal of the season, busting out of an eight-game scoring dry spell. The depth forward is up to 18 points on the season, just two shy of his fourth consecutive 20-point campaign. His only real fantasy value is in deeper formats.
Sceviour agreed to terms on a three-year contract extension with Florida on Monday.
While Sceviour is averaging just 13:30 of ice time, nearly two and a half minutes of that is coming on the penalty kill. The winger has tallied 14 points on the year and should record his fourth consecutive 20-plus point campaign. At best, the 28-year-old can be considered a mid-range fantasy option, especially in deeper formats.
Sceviour blocked one shot, had two hits, and fired off one shot during a 3-2 shootout loss to Columbus on Sunday.
Sceviour has posted 10 points (five goals, five assists) in 35 games this season, but is currently going through a scoring drought as he's only notched one assist in his last 13 games. Even with the dry spell, the 28-year-old has appeared in 29 consecutive games for Florida and has averaged 14:21 of ice time during that span. Still, if Sceviour wants to secure his third straight 20-point season, he'll have to break out of his doldrums eventually and make the most of his consistent opportunities on the ice.
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