Ups & Downs is a feature that looks at the individual performances of your Florida Panthers over the past week.
2011-12 Florida Panthers
18-9-6 (42 points), 1st in NHL Southeast Division
Goals For: 90 (10th of 30), Goals Against: 84 (9th of 30)
Biggest Gain: Sean Bergenheim
Three points for Bergenheim this week, and of course, all were goals. Scoring the only Panther goals against the Flames, and the first against Carolina. Bergenheim finished the week with a plus-two and four hits. He currently has six consecutive games with at least one hit.
Biggest Loss: Tomas Fleischmann
Zero points for Flash during the week. Flash went minus-one while recording two blocked shots and one hit in 66 minutes of ice time. The 11 shots he had on net this week, dropped his shooting percentage from 15.4 last week, to 13.5.
|Zero minutes on the ice for the greatest player to ever come out of Des Moines, Iowa
|What six goal game? Theodore allowed six goals during the week (two in each game) off 86 shots. Good enough for a weekly save percentage of .930
|Brian Campbell||Campbell scored only one point, an assist against Carolina, during the week. The minus-two didn't help.
|Keaton Ellerby||Ellerby was finally free of the press box, playing against New Jersey and Carolina. While he didn't score any points, he did record five hits and blocked six shots.
|Jason Garrison||Garrison scored a single point, a huge powerplay goal against Carolina. He also had ten hits and five blocked shots.
|Erik Gudbranson||Gudbranson played only one game, blocking one shot and delivering two hits.
|Ed Jovanovski||Jovanovski played a fine game against Carolina, scoring two assists, one on the powerplay. Zero hits for him this week, but Jovo did block five shots.
||Zero points for Kulikov, but a plus-four weekly performance, along with seven hits and five blocked shots is good enough.
||A very Mike Weaver week for Weaver. Zero points, a plus-four, seven blocked shots and four hits. His reaction?|
|Sean Bergenheim||See "Biggest gains."|
|Matt Bradley||Zero points, a minus-one, and 12 hits. Otherwise, about what's expected of him.
|11 pims and four hits. As well as one of the longest fights I've ever seen.|
|Tomas Fleischmann||See "Biggest losses."|
|Marcel Goc||Out indefinitely with an Upper-body injury.|
|Tomas Kopecky||A minus-two week for Kopecky, who scored zero points while playing 55 minutes.
|Shawn Matthias||Three-point week (all assists) for|
|Samuelsson played 48 minutes, helping the offense with three points (all assists) and a plus-two. Guess he and|
|Mike Santorelli||Zero points for Santorelli, who recently changed his game to playing physical; five hits during the week.
|Jack Skille||Four hits, a minus-two, and a separated shoulder
|Marco Sturm||Zero points, again, with a minus-two. As well as seven hits.
|Scottie Upshall||Out indefinitely with an Upper-body injury.|
|Kris Versteeg||His four-game point streak ended against the Flames, but Versteeg scored three goals this week, including the game winner against Carolina.
|Stephen Weiss||Weiss had only two shots all week and still scored two points (both assists). Helping his strong case for captain is his two-way game, where he recorded six hits during the week.