|2009 - Radek Dvorak||46||9||12||21||3||10||1||3||1||0||86||10.5|
Since a scoring outburst (3 goals) on January 3rd against Pittsburgh, Panthers forward Radek Dvorak has collected two assists in the 10 games following. A plus-two rating says he hasn't been terrible, just not finding the net (or a teammates' stick). In fact, three of those games he registered zero shots.
In a number of those matches, though, he was the best Florida forward on the ice.
What's the issue? As the Cats have gotten healthier (a relative term, I realize) he's felt the squeeze, not to mention his role as the club's single best penalty killer and defensive forward. No one was banking on 25 goals from the guy. Realistically, there is no "issue": he's doing precisely what's been expected.
Still nothing on Steven Reinprecht, who left Saturday's game after receiving a puck to the leg via Dennis Seidenberg
The Panthers host Montreal tomorrow; had enough of the "home/road" games?
Anyone on Earth doubting Tomas Vokoun will start against the Habs? Or that Jaroslav Halak will be opposing him?
Just guessing, but there is evidence to suggest Kenndal McArdle will get a second straight appearance.