Acciari notched an assist, two shots on goal, two blocked shots and two PIM in Thursday's 5-4 loss to the Kings.
Acciari has been streaky with just four points through 12 games in February. The 28-year-old has a career-high 25 points to go with 88 shots, 109 hits and 90 blocks in 58 contests this year. Acciari is being used in a top-six role currently -- that should give him some DFS appeal as well as some added value in deeper, season-long formats.
Acciari (upper body) will play Saturday against the Oilers, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Acciari left Thursday's game because of an upper-body injury but whatever was bothering him then is fine now, and he'll skate on Florida's fourth line as a result. In his last uninterrupted appearance, Acciari finished with three points and will look to build off the momentum of that against Edmonton.
Acciari (upper body) is slated to suit up for Saturday's game against Oilers, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
Assuming it holds true, Acciari will avoid missing time because of the upper-body issue outside of his injury-shortened appearance Thursday. Confirmation of his status should arrive on game day, as the 28-year-old center looks to build on his career-high 24 points.
Coach Joel Quenneville said that Acciari (upper body) is considered day-to-day after leaving Thursday's game against the Flyers, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
It's unclear how Acciari suffered the injury, but he was held to just 6:23 of ice time in the contest. It's a tough time to get injured for the 28-year-old, as he was just coming off a three-point night in Tuesday's game against New Jersey. Expect the team to update Acciari's status ahead of Saturday's game against the Oilers.
Acciardi scored a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Devils.
The Panthers' makeshift fourth line of Acciardi between two converted blueliners in Mike Matheson and Mark Pysyk came through with another huge effort, as the trio combined for three goals and eight points on the night. Acciardi scored on his only shot Tuesday, continuing his astounding puck luck -- the 28-year-old came into this season with a career high of 10 goals, but he now has 19 (with only four helpers) through 53 games in 2019-20 thanks to a shooting percentage of 24.4 percent.
Acciari tallied a goal on two shots and three blocked shots in Monday's 5-4 win over the Wild.
Acciari struck with under six seconds left in the third period, and that goal stood as the game-winner and a back-and-forth affair. The 28-year-old could be in line for hockey's version of the Cy Young award -- he's got 18 goals and just three assists in 45 games this season. Acciari has added 87 hits, 73 shots on goal and 74 blocks as a defensive forward in the midst of a breakout offensive campaign.
Acciari scored two goals on six shots in Thursday's 5-2 win over Vancouver.
Acciari had only 23 goals in his first 209 NHL games, but he's remarkably potted 12 in 12 games since. His season line of 17 goals and three assists with a shooting percentage over double his career mark seems to be begging for regression, but it's hard to argue with taking a flier on Acciari right now considering he just seems to have the magic touch.
Acciari scored his 15th goal of the season in a 5-2 loss to the Coyotes on Tuesday.
Having already topped his career highs in both goals and points, Acciari is looking to score more this season than in his entire 180-game career. He had only 17 goals heading into this season, but has shown off his offensive skill playing with Brett Connolly and Vincent Trocheck on the second line.
Acciari scored a goal and had three shots in Thursday's 6-3 win over the Senators.
Acciari put the Panthers up 3-2 midway through the second period with his 14th goal of the season, continuing his torrid goal-scoring run that began in mid-December. The 28-year-old, who had six goals all of last season, has now lit the lamp nine times in his last eight games and boasts a season shooting percentage (24.1 percent) that is nearly three times higher than his career mark (8.7 percent) entering the year. Ride him while he's hot, no question, but expect regression to come calling before long.
Acciari scored a goal on three shots Sunday in a 6-5 win over Montreal.
Acciari opened the scoring less than five minutes into the game, collecting his 13th goal of the year. It was his eighth goal in the last six games, an incredible stretch for a player who entered the season with 18 goals in 180 NHL games and whose single-season high was the 10 he scored in 2017-18. His pre-2019-20 profile does nothing to suggest he'd be a fantasy asset, but there's no harm in adding him while he's on this absurd run.
Acciari scored a natural hat trick and added an assist in Friday's 7-4 win over the Stars.
The three goals came in a 3:59 span in the second period, and while the first ended up being the game-winner, the third supplied even more drama -- Acciari got hooked on a short-handed breakaway and wound up receiving his first career penalty shot, which he tucked five-hole on Anton Khudobin. Acciari is only the second player in Panthers franchise history with hat tricks in back-to-back games after Pavel Bure, and a more unlikely candidate for the feat would be hard to find. The 28-year-old came into his first campaign with Florida having scored only 18 career goals in 180 games over four seasons for Boston.
Accieri scored three goals, including the game-winner, in Monday's 6-1 win over the Senators.
He potted the Panthers' first, second and fourth goals of the night en route to his first career hat trick. Acciari has never scored more than 10 times in a season, but he's well on his way to shattering that personal best with eight tallies through 30 games in his first campaign with Florida.
Acciari collected five hits and a block in a 4-2 loss to the Wild on Tuesday.
Acciari was the only Panther with more than two hits in the game, as Florida was outhit 30-12 by the Wild. With five goals and seven points in 24 games, Acciari is on pace for his best offensive season after tallying a career-high 14 points last season with the Bruins.
Acciari scored a goal during Sunday's 5-2 loss to the Sabres.
Acciari is not known for his fantasy contributions, but the fourth-liner has found the scoresheet in back-to-back games and now has six points in 21 games. Because of his limited role, the 28-year-old does not deserve a fantasy roster spot. Acciari should only be owned in deeper leagues.
Acciari (undisclosed) will suit up versus the Bruins on Tuesday, Katie Gaus of the Panthers' official site reports.
Acciari is back in the lineup following three games on the shelf due to his undisclosed issue. The center notched four goals in 14 games prior to getting hurt, including a pair of game winners. The Rhode Island native is still looking for his first assist of the season, which could be hard to come by on the fourth line with Dryden Hunt and Colton Sceviour.
According to coach Joel Quenneville, Acciari (undisclosed) is considered doubtful to play in the Panthers' next two games, but there's a chance he'll be ready to return Tuesday against Boston, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Acciari's absence will test the Panthers' depth up front, but it won't impact many fantasy lineups, as he's only totaled 18 points in 86 games over the past two campaigns. Another update on the 28-year-old pivot's status should surface prior to Tuesday's clash with the Bruins.
Acciari (undisclosed) won't be in the lineup versus Washington on Thursday, David Work of WPLG Local 10 News reports.
Acciari has already scored four goals this year and is on pace to blow his career-best 10 from 2017-18 out of the water. Once given the all-clear, the Rhode Island native figures to slot into a bottom-six role, though he could push for more minutes throughout the season.
Coach Joel Quenneville said Acciari "pulled a little muscle" during Monday's practice and will be re-evaluated Wednesday, David Dwork of WPLG Local 10 News reports.
With center Vincent Trocheck (lower body) already trending the wrong way for Thursday's matchup against the Capitals, the Panthers may need to recall a player or two from AHL Springfield to bolster their forward corps. Acciari has fit in well during his first season with Florida, as he has four goals through the first 14 games.
Acciari scored a goal on three shots in Sunday's 6-2 win over Edmonton.
Acciari has been on top of his game of late, as he has three goals in his previous six contests. The center isn't getting opportunities on the power play, but his even strength production makes him a solid value play in most formats. Even with his recent run of form, the 28-year-old is unlikely to break into the top-six any time soon.
Acciardi scored the game-winning goal in Monday's 6-4 victory over the Devils.
The fourth-line center planted himself in front of the net and tipped home MacKenzie Weegar's point shot midway through the third period to complete the Panthers' comeback from a 4-1 deficit. Acciardi now has two points, both goals, through six games to begin the season.
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