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Florida Panthers Ups & Downs: Week 21

1, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2
And when I get to 3
I'ma let it all go and let it be
1, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2 And when I get to 3 I'ma let it all go and let it be

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


2011-12 Florida Panthers
-22-12 (74 points), 1st in Southeast Division, 3rd in Eastern Conference
Goals For: 163 (24th of 30), Goals Against: 184 (16th of 30)

Florida Panthers 65 31 22 11
74 .569 163 184 44 236 18.64 39 195 80.00 4 6
League Average 66 33 25 8 73 .558 178 178 39 220 17.54 39 220 82.46 5 5

Biggest Gain: Jack Skille

Jack Skille scored an assist and the gravy goal against Ottawa while playing only nine minutes. He ended the night with a plus-two, which made up for his minus-two night against Winnipeg. With his current pace, Skille could break his season high of 17 points.

Biggest Loss: Ed Jovanovski

Jovanovski played two games this week, going minus in both. He went minus-three against Winnipeg in 17 minutes of ice time (his highest ice time since Carolina on February 25th) and went minus-one in 13 minutes against Ottawa, which was a win. He also hasn't scored a point since December 31st.

Goaltenders Trend Notes
Scott Clemmensen

Six goals off 31 shots this week (.806 SV%), continuing a recent trend this season that seems to be getting worse for Clemmer
Jose Theodore

Not a bad week, but not a great one either. Theo won his 17th of the year against Ottawa Sunday; over the week he allowed six goals off 49 shots (.878 SV%) in 104 minutes on the ice.
Brian Campbell In a week where the Panthers allowed 12 goals, Soup was able to manage a neutral plus-minus, while scoring an assist. He's also on pace to break his career high of 52 points.
Keaton Ellerby

Ellerby went minus-one this week, but saw his ice time increase in every game.
Jason Garrison

Garrison is tied for the Panthers team record in power play goals by a defenseman. He scored zero points and went minus-two this week while playing 23 minutes each game.
Erik Gudbranson

Gudbranson was a healthy scratch against Ottawa after going minus-four against the Jets.
Ed Jovanovski

See "Biggest loss"
Dmitry Kulikov Injured Reserve as of Jan 22, 2012, (knee) surgery on Jan. 23 and is out until at least mid-March at last update
Tyson Strachan

Strachan played two games, luckily missing out on the Winnipeg fiasco, and tied a season high four hits against Nashville.
Mike Weaver

The #WeaverWagon scored two assists against Ottawa, his second multi-point game of the season, and is on pace to finish with 20 points in 2011-12.
Krys Barch Scored a goal and spent zero minutes in the penalty box this week. Who is the real Krys Barch?
Sean Bergenheim

After scoring five points in five games, Bergie went ice cold with a minus-four and zero points. He did have a season high hits with five against Ottawa, for what it's worth.
Matt Bradley

Injured Reserve as of Feb 20, 2012, (concussion) has been out since Feb. 19; return timeline is unknown.
Tomas Fleischmann

Scored an assist and went minus-one. Needs four more goals to set a season high.
Marcel Goc

Scored two points this week, a goal and an assist, and skated away with a neutral plus-minus. At his current pace, Goc can set career highs in goals, assists, and points.
Tomas Kopecky

Yes folks, Kopecky is a green arrow. He was somehow able to go plus-one this week, while scoring an assist (his second point in 14 games) against Ottawa.
John Madden Didn't play any games this week.
Shawn Matthias Scored an assist against Ottawa and went minus-two.
Mikael Samuelsson

Ended a three-game scoreless streak with the game winning goal against Ottawa, but ended the week with a minus-four.
Mike Santorelli

Scored zero points while going minus-two. Played only seven minutes against Ottawa.
Jack Skille

See "Biggest gain"
Jerred Smithson

Minus-one with one shot on goal over the week.
Marco Sturm Could return this week.
Scottie Upshall Injured Reserve as of Feb 1, 2012, (sports hernia) surgery on Feb. 2; expected to be out until the end of March at least.
Kris Versteeg

Day-to-Day as of Feb 28, 2012, (lower body) has missed Florida’s past three games and says he hopes to resume practicing this week.
Stephen Weiss

A one point week for Weiss who scored an assist against Ottawa and went minus-three.
Wojtek Wolski

Wolski scored the Panthers' only goal against the Predators, and has 17 points (9G/8A) against Nashville. Gets the gray bar with a minus-four week.