First Quarter Report Card


In this series, I will grade the Panthers performance every 20 games or so. We have finished the first 20 games.

Record: 7-11-2   (7th in the Atlantic) 16 points   .400   Home: 4-3-2  Away: 3-8-0

Goals: 61 Goals For (3.05 GFPG)  72 Goals Against (3.6 GAPG)

Versus Each Division
Atlantic  2-3-1
Metropolitan 1-6-1
Central     2-0-0
Pacific     2-2-0 

Stats Leaders

Goals: Vincent Trocheck  (9); Jonathan Huberdeau (7); Evengi Dadonov (7)

Assists: Aleksander Barkov (15); Jonathan Huberdeau (14); Vincent Trocheck (12)

Points: Trocheck/Huberdeau/Barkov (21)

 

Offense: The Offense has been very inconsistent. It has been good but only when it seems our defense is awful. It struggles when Roberto Luongo puts on a show. The offense needs to be more consistent as the teams is not getting a lot of scoring past Trocheck, Huberdeau, Dadonov and Barkov. Although we have been getting depth scoring from guys like Sceviour and Bjugstad, they need to be more consistent.  Grade: B

Defense: This defense has been getting a lot of flack, as no one likes to be blunt and needs a scapegoat. Nonetheless while most of the flack has been deserved, not all of it has. After a rocky start, this defense has clamped down a little. They are still struggling. Mark Pysyk is getting unlucky with a +/- of -5. This defense needs improvement but it has been improving. Grade: C-

Goaltending: Roberto. Luongo. The man is a legend. Luongo has been dominant in return from injury and has a .925 save percentage overall. Since returning from injury he has a .937 save percentage. However James Reimer has looked inconsistent and shaky. Grade: C+

Power Play: The 2nd power play unit is awful. While the first features big name stars, they are struggling to score. Grade: D-

Penalty Kill: Overall it sucks. Grade: F

Overall Grade: D

 

 

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