Malgin earned a qualifying offer from the Panthers on Tuesday.
Malgin dealt with a pair of injuries during the 2018-19 campaign that limited him to just 50 games. As a result, the center failed to reach the 20-point mark this season, but should be capable of hitting that mark in 2019-20. The 21-year-old is unlikely to ever be a 20-goal scorer, but can provide decent value in deeper fantasy formats.
Malgin (undisclosed) will be back in the lineup Monday in Toronto, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Malgin will finally be back in the fold for the first time since Feb. 23. Colton Sceviour will come out of the lineup to make room for the 22-year-old forward.
Malgin (undisclosed) isn't in the projected lineup for Sunday's game against the Ducks, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Malgin's expected to miss his 12th straight game, with the Panthers winning only five times without him over that span. The silver lining is that the Panthers have been able to get a long look at Henrik Borgstrom, who the team took with the 23rd overall pick in the 2016 draft.
Malgin (undisclosed) isn't in the lineup for Thursday's game against San Jose.
Malgin's absence will continue to test Florida's depth up front, but it won't impact many fantasy lineups, as he's only notched 14 points in 46 contests this season. Another update on the 22-year-old pivot's status should be released once he's ready to rejoin the lineup.
Malgin (undisclosed) could be healthy enough to return Thursday in San Jose, according to coach Bob Boughner, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
It looks like Malgin's absence Saturday was due to the lingering effects of an injury rather than a simple healthy scratch. It's encouraging that Boughner thinks Malgin could be ready for the team's next game after Sunday's meeting with Detroit, though.
Malgin (undisclosed) is expected to be a healthy scratch for Saturday's game against Carolina, NHL.com's Kurt Dusterberg reports.
Malgin had been dealing with an undisclosed injury, but it appears as though that's no longer an issue, and the 22-year-old pivot is simply the odd man out at the moment. His next chance to crack the Panthers' lineup will arrive Sunday against the Senators.
Malgin (lower body) is projected to remain sidelined for Thursday's game against the Golden Knights, Jameson Olive of NHL.com reports.
Malgin looks to be headed for his third consecutive absence due to a lower-body injury, leaving the Panthers with just 12 healthy forwards on the roster in Vegas. His next opportunity to rejoin the mix arrives Saturday when the team returns home to face the Hurricanes. Even if he does return, there shouldn't be much of a ripple effect from a fantasy perspective, given his 14 points through 46 contests.
Malgin (undisclosed) won't play in Tuesday's game versus the Coyotes, Steve Goldstein of Fox Sports Florida reports.
He will miss his second straight game after sustaining an injury during Monday's practice. Malgin will look to shake this condition before Thursday's contest versus the Golden Knights, and Dryden Hunt will fill into the lineup for the time being.
Malgin (undisclosed) will not suit up for Monday's contest in Colorado.
Malgin's absence was expected after he appeared to suffer an unknown injury during the morning skate. It's unclear how long he'll be out, but Florida's next game is Tuesday in Arizona.
Malgin is unlikely to play Monday after sustaining some form of injury at morning skate, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
The Panthers dealt Derick Brassard to the Avalanche by Monday's deadline, and Malgin's issue will likely force the team to deploy Bogdan Kiselevich or another defenseman up front unless a recall is made. Malgin can be used on both the power play and penalty kill in a pinch, so it'll be interesting to see who steps into that kind of role versus Colorado.
Malgin scored his seventh goal of the season during a 6-3 victory over the Canadiens on Sunday.
The goal came off a shot near the blue line as the puck deflected off Canadiens defenseman Victor Mete's stick and floated over the shoulder of Antti Niemi. It was a lucky goal, but Malgin will take any points he can get during a season that has seen him spend more than a few games in the press box. He now has 14 points in 43 games.
Malgin tallied an assist and a minus-1 rating while logging 11:39 of ice time during Saturday's 5-4 overtime win against the Capitals.
The marker snapped a seven-game point drought for Malgin, who has struggled to gain much traction in his third NHL season. With just five goals and 12 points in 39 games -- along with a minus-8 rating -- the 22-year-old Russian remains a reach even in the deepest of fantasy leagues.
Malgin scored the team's second goal of the night in an eventual 4-3 shootout loss to the Oilers on Thursday.
Before the game, Malgin was bumped up to the first line as head coach Bob Boughner shuffled the lineup. The goal gets Malgin to five on the season, with three of those coming in his last seven games.
Malgin scored his second goal of the season during a 5-1 loss to the Wild on Thursday.
It's been over a month since Malgin last scored a goal, as the 21-year-old has had a roller coaster of a season. After opening the season in the starting lineup, he bounced up and down lines before becoming a regular healthy scratch. In late November, he was sent down to the AHL only to be recalled three days later due to an injury to Vincent Trocheck (ankle). Malgin now finds himself centering the third line. He has six points in 18 games as he plays his third season in the NHL.
Malgin is no longer dealing with an upper-body injury, but he won't be in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Bruins, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
Malgin will watch Tuesday's contest from the press box, but he could return to game action as soon as Thursday against Colorado. The 21-year-old pivot has notched one goal and five points in 15 appearances this campaign.
Malgin (upper body) didn't suit up for Saturday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Lightning.
Malgin's next chance to rejoin his teammates will come Tuesday against the Bruins.
Malgin remains day-to-day with his upper-body injury, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Malgin reportedly returned to practice Thursday, but he's effectively been ruled out for Friday's home game against the Sabres. The Swiss skater will try to get in shape for Saturday's home clash versus the Lightning.
Malgin (upper body) won't play Wednesday against Anaheim.
Malgin has only notched one goal and five points in 15 appearances this season, so his absence will undoubtedly go unnoticed by most fantasy owners. Another update on the 21-year-old forward's status should surface once he's deemed fit to play.
Malgin is day-to-day with an upper-body issue and will miss Monday's matchup with New Jersey, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Malgin has only played in one of the Panthers' previous four outings, so his absence is unlikely to be noticed by fans or fantasy owners. When he has been in action this season (15 contests), the center logged 12:30 of ice time per game and talled five points, 21 shots and seven blocks. Even once healthy, Malgin could still find himself watching from the press box.
Malgin was recalled from AHL Springfield on Wednesday.
Following the news that Vincent Trocheck (ankle) is facing a long-term absence, the club has decided to bring in Malgin to bolster its center depth. The 21-year-old can be expected to compete with Colton Sceviour for regular minutes, but will likely spend some time in the press box.
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