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2023 359.86.2 36 17 1449 6 2.37
2022 242.74.9 24 20 1321 1 3.07
2021 353.86.6 39 7 1429 3 2.67
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Set to start Game 3

    Bobrovsky will patrol the home crease Sunday in Game 3 against the Rangers, according to Steve Goldstein of Bally Sports Florida. Bobrovsky is coming off a 28-save effort in Friday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Rangers in Game 2. He has posted a 9-4 record with one shutout, a 2.12 GAA and a .912 save percentage through 13 appearances this postseason.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Stellar performance in loss

    Bobrovsky made 28 saves on 30 shots in Friday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Rangers in Game 2. Bobrovsky was spectacular in Friday's loss but he was outdueled in net by New York's Igor Shesterkin. Surprisingly, Bobrovsky hadn't faced at least 30 shots since Game 5 of Florida's first-round series against Tampa Bay. The 35-year-old netminder also hasn't allowed more than two goals past him in seven consecutive contests. Bob is locked in at the right time, and he'll have a chance to bounce back in Game 3 on Sunday afternoon.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Set to start Friday

    Bobrovsky is slated to guard the cage on the road versus the Rangers in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Friday. Bobrovsky is coming off a 24-save shutout victory over New York in Game 1on Wednesday, his seventh shutout of the year and his first in the postseason. Overall, the 35-year-old veteran is sporting a 2.17 GAA and .910 save percentage through 12 playoff contests with a 5-1 record on the road.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Blanks New York to open series

    Bobrovsky posted a shutout on 23 shots on goal in Wednesday's 3-0 win over the Rangers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Bobrovsky showed no signs of rust after a five-day hiatus in Wednesday's series-opening win. The Rangers only had 12 shots on goal through 40 minutes, but Bobrovsky stood tall in the final frame with a few timely saves. It was the 35-year-old netminder's fifth win in his last six games. Bob hasn't had many heavy workloads up until this point -- he's faced 30 or more shots on goal only twice this postseason through 12 contests. This is an indication of the level of structure and commitment to the defensive side of the game the Panthers are playing with in front of the Russian goaltender. So far this postseason, Bobrovsky is 9-3 with a 2.17 GAA and a .909 save percentage.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: In goal Wednesday

    Bobrovsky will get the starting nod on the road against the Rangers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Wednesday. Bobrovsky is sporting a 2.37 GAA and a .902 save percentage through 11 postseason contests. He's been getting plenty of offensive support, as the Panthers have averaged 3.55 goals in the postseason, the most of any team remaining in the playoffs. Bobrovsky will be squaring off with Igor Shesterkin on the other side.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Advances Panthers to next round

    Bobrovsky made 22 saves in a 2-1 win over the Bruins on Friday in Game 6. Bobrovsky's exceptional performance was the backbone behind the Panthers' thrilling victory, making crucial saves in the dying moments to preserve the win. With a 2.03 GAA and a .907 save percentage over the six-game series, Bobrovsky's impressive run is a good sign for the Panthers as they face a confident Rangers team on the road in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Wednesday.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Starting Friday

    Bobrovsky will get the starting nod on the road for Game 6 against the Bruins on Friday, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports. Bobrovsky has been solid in each of the last four games, posting a 1.77 GAA and a .910 save percentage while going 3-1. The 35-year-old backstop should be able to rely on his offense to close out the series, which is averaging 3.70 goals per game in the postseason, if he can continue to keep the goals allowed at two or fewer.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Loses close Game 5

    Bobrovsky allowed two goals on 28 shots in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Bruins in Game 5. Bobrovsky's loss came on thin margins, as Morgan Geekie and Charlie McAvoy had the goals for the Bruins. McAvoy's goal was reviewed for goaltender interference, but it was upheld. Bobrovsky has lost both contests in the second round where he's faced more than 20 shots, which could be problematic if he can't clutch up with the Bruins upping their intensity while facing elimination. It's a near guarantee Bobrovsky will get the nod for Friday's Game 6 in his second chance to send the Panthers to the Eastern Conference Finals.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Starting in Game 5

    Bobrovsky will patrol the home crease in Game 5 versus the Bruins on Tuesday, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports. Bobrovsky hasn't been at his best versus the Bruins, posting an .885 save percentage through the first four games of the series, but he's still gone 3-1 over that stretch thanks to fantastic goal support from his teammates. He'll attempt to secure a fourth straight win over Boston and punch Florida's ticket to the Eastern Conference Finals on home ice Tuesday.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Three straight wins

    Bobrovsky made 16 saves on 18 shots in Sunday's 3-2 win over Boston in Game 4. It was another light workload for the Russian netminder -- this was the third consecutive matchup that Boston has failed to top 18 shots on goal, and also the third straight game in which Bobrovsky allowed two or fewer goals. Bobrovsky was beaten twice in the first period but kept the door shut over the final 40 minutes of the contest. Overall this postseason, Bobrovsky is 7-2 with a 2.55 GAA and an .892 save percentage. Bob and the Panthers will attempt to eliminate the Bruins in Game 5 on Tuesday.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Tending twine in Game 4

    Bobrovsky will defend the road net in Game 4 against Boston on Sunday, according to Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site. Bobrovsky has stopped 29 of 32 shots en route to winning his past two outings. He has posted a 6-2 record with a 2.62 GAA and an .892 save percentage through eight appearances this postseason. The Panthers can push the Bruins to the brink of elimination with a victory in Sunday's contest.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Light workload in win

    Bobrovsky turned aside 14 of 16 shots on goal in Friday's 6-2 Game 3 victory over the Bruins. It was a relatively quiet night in net for Bobrovsky -- the Bruins only had eight shots on net after two periods. Florida also had a 3-0 lead after the second period, so Boston was pressing hard in the third as a result. Bobrovsky made a number of key saves to keep the lead at two before the Panthers added a couple of insurance goals. Game 4 of this series is Sunday in Boston, and Bobrovsky will almost certainly be between the pipes again for that contest.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Draws start Friday

    Bobrovsky will be stationed between the pipes in Boston for Game 3 on Friday, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports. Bobrovsky struggled in Game 1 against Boston, yielding four goals on 28 shots en route to a 5-1 defeat. He bounced back in Game 2, stopping 14 of 15 shots en route to a dominant 6-1 win. While he's won five of his seven postseason starts, he's registered a lackluster .893 save percentage during that stretch.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Cruises to Game 2 victory

    Bobrovsky stopped 14 of 15 shots in Wednesday's 6-1 win over the Bruins in Game 2. After surrendering the game's opening goal to Charlie Coyle in the first period, Bobrovsky turned aside nine Bruins' shots over the final two frames while Florida rallied with six unanswered goals in the series-tying win. While it wasn't the busiest game for Bobrovsky, it was a nice bounce-back effort after he allowed four goals on 28 shots in Game 1 on Monday. The 35-year-old netminder now sports an .893 save percentage through seven playoff games after going 36-17-4 with a .915 save percentage and 2.37 GAA in the regular season.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: In goal for Game 2

    Bobrovsky will patrol the home crease during Wednesday's Game 2 versus Boston, Colby Guy of Florida Hockey Now reports. Bobrovsky struggled in Monday's Game 1 against the Bruins, surrendering four goals on only 28 shots en route to a 5-1 defeat. The 35-year-old netminder will attempt to bounce back and help the Panthers even up the series at one game apiece before heading to Beantown for Game 3 on Friday.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Falters in Game 1

    Bobrovsky allowed four goals on 28 shots in Monday's 5-1 loss to the Bruins in Game 1 of the second round. The fifth goal was an empty-netter. Bobrovsky was excellent for the first half of the game, but the Bruins got to him three times in 6:47 late in the second period and never looked back. The 35-year-old goalie has allowed 18 goals over six postseason appearances, going 4-2 in those contests. The Lightning never presented a sustained challenge in the first round, but the Bruins look stronger, which could make this a tough series if Bobrovsky can't shake off this loss. Game 2 is Wednesday in Florida.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: First off ahead of Game 1

    Bobrovsky was the first goalie off the ice at the morning skate, George Richards of Florida Hockey Now reports, indicating he will patrol the home crease in Game 1 against Boston on Monday. Bobrovsky surrendered 14 goals on 135 shots against the Lightning en route to a 4-1 record in the first round of the playoffs. He went 0-2-2 against Boston during the 2023-24 regular season, allowing 13 goals on 101 shots. The Bruins rank ninth overall with 2.57 goals per contest this postseason. Boston also sits fourth in power-play percentage after scoring six times on 17 opportunities in the opening round versus Toronto.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Secures series win

    Bobrovsky stopped 31 of 32 shots in Monday's 6-1 win over the Lightning in Game 5. Bobrovsky secured a 4-1 series win in the first round with Monday's strong showing. The 35-year-old has given up 14 goals over five playoffs contests, though six of them came in his lone loss in Game 4. The Panthers will have a little extra time off ahead of the second round, where they'll face either the Bruins or the Maple Leafs.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: In goal Monday

    Bobrovsky will get the starting nod at home against the Lightning in Game 5 on Monday, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports. Bobrovsky will be looking for a bounce-back performance after conceding six goals on 32 shots (.813 save percentage) in Game 4 on Saturday. It was the veteran netminder's first regulation loss in his last eight outings dating back to the regular season, having gone 6-1-1 over that stretch. Despite the subpar outing in Game 4, Bobrovsky, who was named a Vezina Trophy finalist Monday, was never really in danger of losing the starting job.
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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Jolted by Bolts

    Bobrovsky turned aside 26 shots Saturday during a 6-3 loss to the Lightning in Game 4 of the Panthers' first-round series. After dropping the first three games of the series, Tampa Bay wasn't going down without a fight and took a 3-0 lead into the first intermission before finally pulling away in the third period. Bobrovsky has given up only seven goals in Florida's three wins, so this performance would seem to have more to do with the Bolts' desperation than the veteran netminder's play. He'll look to get back on track Monday in Game 5 as the Panthers try to clinch the series on home ice.
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