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Florida Panthers Ups & Downs: Week 14

Ups & Downs is a feature that looks at the individual performances of your Panthers over the past week.


2011-12 Florida Panthers
21-13-8 (50 points), 1st in NHL Southeast Division
Goals For: 109 (18th of 30), Goals Against: 116 (14th of 30)

Florida Panthers 42 21 13 8
50 .595 109 116 31 164 18.90 24 129 81.40 4 4
League Average 41 21 16 4 45 .553 115 115 26 149 17.45 26 149 82.55 3 3

Biggest Gain: Marcel Goc
Lord Dracula has returned, and has bought offense with him. After missing a month in a half (last game was against Dallas on November 15), Goc scored in every game this week with four points (2G/2A), helping his shooting percentage jump from 8.0% to 12.9%.

Biggest Loss: Tomas Fleischmann
Second time I listed Fleischmann on the biggest losses since premiering Ups & Downs with him as the biggest gain. Flash played 53 minutes, scored zero points, and went minus-three. He continues to lead the team in shots on goal (111), but only had four this week.

Goaltenders Trend Notes
Scott Clemmensen

A .940 weekly save percentage (67 shots against) on 123 minutes on the ice. Nice rebound from last week.
Jacob Markstrom

An alright game against the Devils, allowed three goals on 27 shots before injuring his knee.
Jose Theodore

Knee - Out approximately two weeks
Brian Campbell Two assists for Campbell in 60 minutes on the ice.
Keaton Ellerby If Ellerby falls in a forest, and no one is around to hear it, does he get ice time?
Jason Garrison Three blocked shots and four hits this week. Garrison has recorded a hit in 16 consecutive games, dating back to December 5th. He has a total of 34 during the streak.
Erik Gudbranson Nine hits this week for Guds, who also had four blocked shots. He ended the week with a minus-one, which was against Vancouver.
Ed Jovanovski Minus-two week for Jovocop with four hits and five blocked shots.
Dmitry Kulikov Scored his fourth of the season, the game-tying goal against Vancouver, along with four hits and three blocked shots.
Mike Weaver Three hits (one in each game) and six blocked shots (two in each game). Also got signed to an extension.
Krys Barch Scored a goal(!) and spent zero minutes in the penalty box. Who is this guy?
Sean Bergenheim Lower-body injury
Matt Bradley Delivered 16(!) hits which extended his streak to 14 consecutive games for a total of 57 during the streak (87 on the season).
Tomas Fleischmann See "Biggest losses."
Marcel Goc See "Biggest gains."
Tomas Kopecky Two assists for Kopecky who played 54 minutes during the week.
John Madden Two games and 29 minutes for Madden. No points yet.
Shawn Matthias One point for Danger, but also a minus-two. With the return of players from injuries, it will be interesting to see where he plays.
Michal Repik Scored an assist in New Jersey and had three hits in just 27 minutes.
Mikael Samuelsson The return of Samuelsson marked the return of his offensive touch as he scored three points (1G/2A). Also had five hits, three against his former team.
Mike Santorelli Scored a goal and saw an increase in ice time with 35 minutes of play.
Jack Skille Separated shoulder
Marco Sturm Upper-body injury
Scottie Upshall Upper-body injury
Kris Versteeg Slow week for Versteeg, who had an assist and a minus-three. His defense did pick up with four hits and three blocked shots though.
Stephen Weiss Tough week for Weiss, who scored zero points and went minus-four on 55 minutes of ice time.