Bobrovsky (lower body) will not be in the lineup for Monday's clash with St. Louis, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Bobrovsky will miss his fourth straight contest as a result of his lower-body issue. Prior to getting hurt, the Russian posted a 1-2-1 record, 2.97 GAA and .911 save percentage. The 31-year-old is running out of time to return to the lineup and turn his season around. As it stands, Bobrovsky is sporting a career-worst 3.23 GAA and may not have enough games left to improve his numbers. In his stead, Chris Driedger will be between the pipes against the Blues on Monday.
Bobrovsky (lower body) will sit out Saturday's game against the Canadiens but could retake the cage either Monday against St. Louis or Thursday versus Dallas, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
Bobrovsky's return will stabilize the back end for a Panthers squad still fighting for a playoff spot, but the team likely wants to make sure he doesn't suffer any setbacks. Chris Driedger will make his second consecutive start Saturday after turning in a solid outing against the Bruins on Thursday.
Bobrovsky (lower body) won't suit up for Thursday's game against the Bruins, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
Bobrovsky will retain the day-to-day label but will cede backup duties to Samuel Montembeault and starting duties to Chris Driedger on Thursday. More information surrounding his status for Saturday's contest versus the Canadiens should surface in the coming days.
Bobrovsky (lower body) was labeled day-to-day ahead of Thursday's matchup with Boston, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Fortunately for the Panthers, the club has a couple days off before it returns to action. If the Russian is unable to suit up versus Boston, the recently recalled Chris Driedger (groin) could make his return to the crease for the first time since Jan. 16 against the Kings.
Panthers head coach Joel Quenneville said that Bobrovsky "tweaked something in his lower body" ahead of Sunday's tilt against the Flames, David David Work of WPLG Local 10 News reports.
Fortunately, Quenneville also mentioned that it doesn't appear to be a serious injury. He wasn't able to play Sunday, but Bobrovsky may be able to start later this week.
Contrary to a previous report, Samuel Montembeault will start in net instead of Bobrovsky (undisclosed) in Sunday's game versus the Flames, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
It's unclear why Bobrovsky is on the bench after being scheduled to start, but we should have an update following the game. It's likely not a serious injury, as Bobrovsky was present on the bench to start the game.
Bobrovsky will start between the pipes for Sunday's home action against the Flames, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
The Russian has been busy for the Panthers as of late, starting five of the last six games, going 2-2-1 along with a 2.58 GAA and .924 save percentage over that span. Bobrovsky will draw a decent matchup against a Calgary offense that ranks 20th in the league in goals per game this season (2.91).
Bobrovsky made 27 saves in a 3-2 shootout loss to Chicago on Saturday.
He was solid through overtime, but faced Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane in the shootout. Both men excel in that situation and did so Saturday. Bobrovsky has helped his team get points in four of his last six starts (3-2-1). His game is improving.
Bobrovsky will tend the home twine against Chicago on Saturday, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Bobrovsky's performances have been up and down lately, as he's marked below an .880 save percentage twice in the last five games but also finished above a .970 mark twice as well. He's been rocky all year and is a high-risk fantasy play as a result, but the Blackhawks have been inconsistent as well and rank 14th with 3.06 goals per road contest.
Bobrovsky made 24 saves in a 5-3 loss to Toronto on Thursday.
Bob's play alternated from outstanding to queasy -- he double-pad stacked a massive save in the second period only to allow a bit of a stinker in the third to set up the Leafs' win. Bobrovsky has struggled this season, but it shouldn't come as a surprise. He played last year behind a tight defense, but this season, he's toiling behind a porous six. So relatively speaking, Bobrovsky's game isn't nearly as queasy as people think, but he's still a tough fantasy play.
Bobrovsky will handle the goaltending duties during Thursday's home matchup with the Maple Leafs.
Bobrovsky enters Thursday evening with three victories under his belt in his last four starts, though a five-goal dud versus the Kings is sandwiched in the middle. The veteran netminder's numbers are pretty similar regardless of the venue, so the home ice may not help him a ton versus a Maple Leafs squad that leads the league in scoring (3.59 goals per game) on the road.
Bobrovsky saved 37 of 38 shots in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Coyotes.
Only a shorthanded Brad Richardson goal beat Bobrovsky, who put on a vintage performance in the win. The Russian improved to 23-18-5 with a 3.24 GAA and a .900 save percentage through 48 appearances. The 31-year-old will likely see a large majority of the starts as the Panthers battle for a playoff position down the stretch.
Bobrovsky will guard the goal during Tuesday's road clash with the Coyotes, David Work of WPLG Local 10 News reports.
Bobrovsky was a little shaky in his last start Thursday against the Kings, surrendering five goals on 40 shots en route to a tough 5-4 defeat. The 31-year-old backstop will try to bounce back in a road matchup with an Arizona squad that's 16-11-4 at home this year.
Bobrovsky stopped 35 of 40 shots in a 5-4 loss to the Kings on Thursday.
Bobrovsky started back-to-back games for the fourth time this season. He's now 2-1-1 with 10 goals allowed in games when he's started on consecutive days. The Russian dropped to 22-18-5 overall, with a 3.29 GAA and an .898 save percentage in 47 appearances. The Panthers' road trip continues Saturday in Vegas, which could be a challenging matchup if Bobrovsky gets the start.
Bobrovsky will patrol the road crease for Thursday's clash with the Kings, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
The 31-year-old will draw his third start in four days, as he's gone 2-0-0 along with a 2.00 GAA and .941 save percentage in his last two starts. Bobrovsky will draw a great matchup against a Kings offense that ranks 30th in the league in goals per game this campaign.
Bobrovsky allowed one goal on 36 shots in Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Ducks.
Bobrovsky was kept busy by the Ducks, but the Russian picked up his second consecutive win. He improved to 22-17-5 with a 3.25 GAA and an .899 save percentage in 46 games. The Panthers are back in action Thursday -- Samuel Montembeault may get the second half of the back-to-back in Los Angeles.
Bobrovsky led the Panthers onto the ice for warmups, indicating he'll start Wednesday's road game against in Anaheim, Ducks PA Announcer Phil Hulett reports.
Bobrovsky has a 1-4-1 record with a 3.69 GAA and an .888 save percentage over his last six games. A meeting with the Ducks could benefit him -- they average 2.62 goals per game at home, which ranks 29th in the league. Bobrovsky's one win over this rough stretch was in his last game, so he'll be looking to build momentum.
Bobrovsky turned aside 29 shots in Monday's 5-3 win over the Sharks.
It was another uneven performance from Bob, but this time he got enough offensive support to come away with his first win since Feb. 3 and snap an 0-4-1 slump. On the season, Bobrovsky is saddled with a 3.31 GAA and .897 save percentage -- what would be the worst numbers of his career if he can't turn things around down the stretch.
Bobrovsky will defend the road net Monday against the Sharks, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
Bobrovsky was chased from his last start after letting in three goals on nine shots to the Flyers, but he'll look to get back on track in a favorable matchup. The Sharks rank 24th with 2.76 goals per home game already, and now they'll be without three top-six forwards -- Tomas Hertl (knee), Logan Couture (ankle) and Evander Kane (suspension) -- along with dynamic blueliner Erik Karlsson (thumb). That's a ton of firepower Bobrovsky doesn't have to worry about, but the netminder's inconsistent play doesn't yield much optimism.
Bobrovsky (illness) will be available for Saturday's game against Edmonton, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Coach Joel Quenneville confirmed Samuel Montembeault will get the start, but after missing Friday's practice with an illness, Bobrovsky will be available. The 31-year-old has gone 20-17-5 this season along with a 3.32 GAA and .896 save percentage across 44 appearances.
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