Bobrovsky turned aside 46 shots in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Lightning.
He made a numbers of big stops en route to a season high in saves, but the Panthers' inability to get anything going offensively -- they didn't score their lone goal until there were two minutes left in the third period -- gave Bobrovsky no margin for error. The 31-year-old netminder continues to put a shaky beginning to his Florida career behind him, and over his last eight starts Bob has a 2.52 GAA and .925 save percentage.
Bobrovsky will start Tuesday night's home game versus the Lightning, David Work of WPLG Local 10 News reports.
Bobrovsky is going for a third straight win but will be in tough against Tampa Bay, a team averaging the second-most goals per game in the NHL (3.64). Previously in 2019-20, Bobrovsky split a pair of starts against the Lightning, going 1-1-0 with seven goals allowed on 64 shots faced.
Bobrovsky stopped 30 of 31 shots in a 5-1 win over the visiting Sharks on Sunday.
Bobrovsky has consecutive wins for the first time since Nov. 21 and now owns an 11-6-4 record. The Panthers host Tampa Bay on Tuesday, a team Bobrovsky has split a pair of games with this season, posting a 3.54 GAA and .891 save percentage along the way.
Bobrovsky will tend the home twine in Sunday's matchup against the Sharks, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
Bobrovsky's struggles this year are well-documented, and coach Joel Quenneville opted to afford Chris Driedger a pair of starts. It seemed to help Bobrovsky get back on track, as he steered away 33 of 34 shots in Saturday's win over the Blue Jackets, so the veteran netminder will return to the crease Sunday. The Sharks carry a three-game losing streak into this contest, and they scored just five total goals during that stretch.
Bobrovsky made 33 saves in a 4-1 win over the Blue Jackets on Saturday.
It was his first game against his former squad and Bob put on a show. Maybe this is what he needed from the start of the season. Bobrovsky went into this game with a 9-6-4 record, 3.48 GAA and .884 save percentage, the latter mark putting him in a tie for last in the NHL among goalies with at least 10 games played this season. Fingers crossed this is the first step in the next phase of Bobrovsky's season.
Bobrovsky will start between the pipes in Saturday's home clash with Columbus, David Work of WPLG Local 10 News reports.
Bobrovsky was shaky in his last start Nov. 27 against the Capitals, surrendering four goals on 20 shots en route to a 4-3 defeat. The veteran backstop will look to bounce back in a favorable home matchup with a struggling Blue Jackets team that's lost three straight games.
Bobrovsky allowed four goals on 20 shots in Wednesday's 4-3 loss to Washington.
Bobrovsky wasn't particularly sharp after having won three of his previous four starts. Richard Panik's second-period goal from the right dot appeared to have caught Bobrovsky unready, and Lars Eller's goal in the third period was the result of a generous rebound. Bobrovsky still hasn't found his rhythm in his first year with the Panthers and now owns a 3.48 GAA and .884 save percentage in 21 appearances.
Bobrovsky's listed as the starter for Wednesday's game in Washington, Panthers play-by-play man Steve Goldstein reports.
This battle of top-five offenses should feature plenty of chances for both sides, and while we wouldn't have many reservations about the Bobrovsky of old in such a scenario, his 3.45 GAA and .888 save percentage through 20 games with Florida certainly give us pause ahead of this difficult matchup. To Bobrovsky's credit, he's come away with wins in three of his past four starts, but a strong effort here would really cement him being over the early struggles with his new club.
Bobrovsky allowed three goals on 33 shots Saturday in a 4-2 loss to the Hurricanes.
Someday soon, Bob the Goalie has to become himself. His game seems to be improving slightly of late, but his 3.45 GAA and .888 save percentage are going to be hard to chip down.
Bobrovsky will be between the pipes for Saturday's game versus the Hurricanes, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Going up against the Hurricanes, winners of four of their last five games, Bobrovsky will be looking for a fourth straight win. Florida's netminder owns an 11-10-0 record in 21 career games versus Carolina, but Bobrovsky lost his only meeting with the Canes this season.
Bobrovsky made 28 saves in a 5-4 overtime win over the Ducks on Thursday night.
The Ducks went up 4-0 by the 18:39 mark of the second period, but Bob bricked up the net and his mates roared back to get the win. It's his third win in a row and he's 9-4-4 on the season, but Bobrovsky really needs to clean up his ratios -- his 3.46 GAA and .886 save percentage are a far cry from his historical excellence.
Bobrovsky will be between the pipes at home versus Anaheim on Thursday, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
Bobrovsky seems to be figuring things out with back-to-back wins in which he gave up five goals on 70 shots (.929 save percentage). On the year, the 31-year-old is still sporting a career-worst 3.44 GAA and will need to continue stepping up his game if he is going to get those numbers down.
Bobrovsky allowed two goals on 37 shots in a 5-2 victory over the Flyers on Tuesday.
The 31-year-old finally turned in a solid performance for his owners at the expense of his original team. Bobrovsky has eight wins, but he's played a league-high 18 games, so he's not even winning half the time. He also has an .883 save percentage and a 3.37 GAA this season. Tuesday was the first time Bobrovsky posted a save percentage better than .910 and won since Oct. 27.
Bobrovsky was the first goalie off the ice, suggesting he'll get the start Tuesday against the Flyers, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Bobrovsky snapped a four-start winless streak in his last appearance, and he'll look to build on that effort against a Flyers team that's below league average with 2.90 goals per game. The two-time Vezina Trophy winner is still struggling to adjust to his new surroundings, as evidenced by Bobrovsky's uncharacteristic 3.53 GAA and .882 save percentage.
Bobrovsky made 30 saves in a 4-3 win over the Rangers on Saturday night.
Bob has struggled in the Florida heat, so it was nice to see him get back in the win column. He'd last been there Nov. 2. The Panthers are clawing their way to a potential postseason berth almost without this guy. So, watch out when Bobrovsky's game finally clicks in. Keep the faith.
Bobrovsky is the confirmed home starter for Saturday's matchup against the Rangers, David Work of WPLG Local 10 News reports.
Bobrovsky's struggles in Florida continue, as he's put together just one win in November and posted an .894 save percentage over five appearances. There seems to be no fear that Bobrovsky will come around eventually, but every dud he produces adds to the doubt. The Rangers are a tall task for Bobrovsky to conquer, too, as they've registered 3.35 goals per game and a respectable 21.7 power-play percentage.
Bobrovsky gave up four goals on 30 shots in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Jets.
This one was a defensive struggle through two before the teams combined for five goals in the third period, with three going Winnipeg's way. Bobrovsky continues to struggle, having allowed at least four goals in half of his 16 appearances this season. He's too good to bench, but you're not starting him with confidence at the moment.
Bobrovsky was the first netminder off the ice at Thursday's morning skate, George Richards of The Athletic reports, which indicates he will be in the crease versus Winnipeg.
Bobrovsky was shelled by the Bruins on Tuesday to the tune of four goals on 23 shots. The Russian was given the hook and replaced by Samuel Montembeault, who helped engineer a comeback win. In 15 appearances this season, Bobrovsky has conceded four or more goals on seven occasions -- not exactly the type of performance the club was looking for after giving him a massive seven-year, $70 million contract in the offseason.
Bobrovsky stopped 19 of 23 shots before being replaced by Samuel Montembeault during the second intermission of Tuesday's 5-4 shootout win over the Bruins.
After a scoreless first period, Bob got beaten four times on 16 shots in the second period to dig a 4-0 hole for the Panthers, forcing coach Joel Quenneville to make the switch in net to try and spark his club to life. Miraculously it worked, and Florida overcame a four-goal deficit for the first time in franchise history. Bobrovsky's rough start to his first season with the Panthers continues, and he carries a 3.52 GAA and .881 save percentage to go with a seemingly respectable 6-2-4 record.
Bobrovsky will tend the twine on the road against Boston on Tuesday, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
After signing a huge seven-year, $70 million contract in the offseason, Bobrovsky has been rather pedestrian for the Panthers, as he is 6-3-4 with a career-worst 3.39 GAA and .884 save percentage. The Russian netminder likely won't relish a trip to Beantown considering he is 3-6-2 in 12 career matchups with the Bruins.
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