Goloubef collected his first point of the 2019-20 season in a 4-3 loss to the Devils on Sunday.
The 30-year-old defenseman had been shut out of the points column over his first 12 games of the season, but Goloubef opened his 2019-20 account with an assist on Nick Paul's fourth goal of the season. The veteran blueliner also dished out four hits and blocked four shots. Overall, Sunday's loss was an eventful day for Goloubef, but he remains irrelevant from a fantasy perspective.
Goloubef (undisclosed) is no longer listed on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site.
Goloubef returned to practice Friday and will be available for game action when needed, but he's been a healthy scratch more often than not this season, so there's no telling when he might crack the lineup next. The veteran blueliner can be ignored in all fantasy formats.
Goloubef (undisclosed) returned to practice Friday, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Goloubef is clearly making progress in his recovery, but there's still no timetable for his return to game action. Either way, the 30-year-old defender is nothing more than a depth option for the Senators and won't be a viable fantasy option in 2019-20.
Goloubef (undisclosed) isn't on the ice for Wednesday's morning skate, Hailey Salvian of The Athletic reports.
Goloubef's absence from morning skate all but confirms he won't be available for Wednesday's matchup with Boston. The 29-year-old blueliner has gone scoreless while averaging just 13:55 of ice time in three games this campaign, so there's no reason for fantasy owners to track his status.
Contrary to a previous report, Goloubef (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup for Monday's game against the Blue Jackets, Blue Jackets team reporter Jeff Svoboda reports.
Goloubef was originally supposed to re-join the lineup after battling an undisclosed injury but won't suit up after taking warmups. In his stead, Mark Borowiecki will assume the final defensive spot for the game.
Goloubef (undisclosed) will suit up for Monday's game in Columbus.
Goloubef will appear in his fourth game this season and is still looking for his first point. He'll likely stick to a bottom-pairing role and won't have much fantasy value.
Goloubef (undisclosed) won't play Friday against the Rangers.
The Senators have yet to establish an expected timeline for Goloubef's recovery, but there's no reason for fantasy owners to track his status, as he's been a healthy scratch for all but three games this campaign.
Goloubef has yet to play in six games this season and has not skated for Ottawa since March 21.
At 30 years of age, Goloubef isn't likely going to be around when the Senators compete again, and he's too old to play a factor in the player development plan at AHL Belleville. As such, Goloubef appears likely to be a practice player in Ottawa, and barring injuries, he's very unlikely to contribute anything to fantasy rosters.
Goloubef signed a one-year, two-way contract extension with the Senators on Tuesday.
Goloubef spent most of his time in the minors last season, notching 24 points in 46 games, and will have a similar, if not identical, role with the Senators in 2019-20. There's no reason for fantasy owners to have the 29-year-old blueliner on their radars.
Goloubef was reassigned to AHL Belleville on Friday.
Called up to Ottawa on Thursday, Goloubef was able to log one shot on goal and six hits over 14:37 of ice time in a win over the Blues. He should be able to join Belleville's push for the playoffs, as it currently holds the final spot in the North Division.
Goloubef was brought back to Ottawa on Thursday.
Even though AHL Belleville currently occupies the last playoff spot in the North Division, Goloubef received the promotion, meaning he'll be with Ottawa the rest of the season. At 29 years old, the Senators are likely going to use this time to find out whether Goloubef can help them in their rebuild or if they're better off looking elsewhere. Fantasy owners should have no such concerns; Goloubef isn't valuable enough to be on their rosters at this point, even if he gets a chance in Ottawa.
Goloubef was returned to AHL Belleville on Monday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
All four players returned Monday are likely to be part of Belleville's push to the playoffs, and this move keeps the minors squad eligible for that. He'll likely be called up to Ottawa if Belleville misses the postseason or gets eliminated quickly.
Goloubef was called up from AHL Belleville on Sunday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
The 29-year-old was called up days after the Senators dealt some key pieces in Matt Duchene and Ryan Dzingel. Goloubef will be in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Flames, replacing Cody Ceci.
Goloubef was returned to AHL Belleville on Friday.
With trade rumors swirling all around Ottawa, the Senators have returned Goloubef and Darren Archibald to the minor league in favor of highly touted forward prospects in Drake Batherson and Logan Brown. Goloubef has only appeared in three NHL games for the Senators this season, and the blueliner is still looking for his first point with the rebuilding club. It would be easy to find a better alternative to Goloubef in the fantasy realm.
Goloubef was recalled from AHL Belleville on Thursday.
The veteran blueliner was recalled to provide defensive depth after fellow defenseman Mark Borowiecki (foot) returned to Ottawa while the team is on a four-game road trip. Goloubef has 130 games of NHL experience under his belt, but shouldn't be looked at as a viable fantasy option after posting a total of 23 points in those contests.
The Senators sent Goloubef back to AHL Springfield on Friday.
Goloubef drew into his first NHL game of the season Thursday against the Ducks. He proved to be a physical presence with three hits and also sacrificed his body to the tune of four blocked shots. It wasn't enough to keep him with the top club and could also signal that Christian Jaros (undisclosed) is nearing a return to the lineup.
Goloubef was recalled from AHL Belleville on Wednesday.
Goloubef will likely serve as an emergency depth option with Christian Jaros (undisclosed) expected to be out until Tuesday against Carolina. If the 26-year-old Goloubef does slot into the lineup during his stint in the NHL, it will likely come at the expense of Ben Harpur or Mark Borowiecki.
Goloubef was brought in by Ottawa from Boston in exchange for Paul Carey.
Goloubef hasn't played in the NHL since the 2016-17 campaign when he was with the Avalanche. In 16 minor-league contests with Providence, the defenseman tallied three goals, nine helpers and 27 PIM, but that wasn't enough for the 29-year-old to break into the Bruins lineup. He should have a better chance of earning minutes with Ottawa.
The Bruins have signed Goloubef to a one-year, two-way contract, the team's official site reports.
Goloubef, whose deal carries an NHL cap hit of $650,000, spent last season with AHL Stockton, logging eight goals and 20 points in 48 games. The 28-year-old has 129 games worth of NHL experience under his belt, but the right-shooting blueliner profiles as an organization depth option for the Bruins.
Goloubef signed a two-way contract with the Flames on Sunday that will take him to the end of this season. He's been waived for reassignment to AHL Stockton.
The Flames had a chance to get a closer look at Goloubef, as he represented Team Canada at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and took home a bronze medal. Now 28 years old, the defenseman was originally selected by the Blue Jackets with a second-round (37th overall) draft pick. He's provided only two goals and 21 assists through 129 NHL contests split between Columbus and Colorado, so fantasy owners shopping for help on the virtual blue line should look in another direction.
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