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Eastern Atlantic Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
52-24-6 110
47-20-15 109
46-26-10 102
45-29-8 98
41-32-9 91
39-37-6 84
37-41-4 78
30-36-16 76

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  • Panthers' Dmitry Kulikov: Nabs helper in loss

    Kulikov posted an assist, two shots on goal and four hits in Friday's 5-1 loss to the Oilers in Game 6.

    The helper was Kulikov's first point since April 4, ending a 27-game dry spell that had covered all of the Panthers' postseason run. While his offense has been absent, the 33-year-old blueliner has racked up 55 hits, 25 blocked shots and a minus-1 rating over 23 playoff appearances. He's been a fixture in a third-pairing role, though that's not one that comes with much ice time given the talented defensemen on the Panthers' roster.

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  • Panthers' Carter Verhaeghe: Supplies helper

    Verhaeghe notched an assist and went minus-2 in Friday's 5-1 loss to the Oilers in Game 6.

    Verhaeghe has often been one of the Panthers' most clutch performers, but he's fallen flat in the Stanley Cup Finals for the second year in a row. He has just two points over six contests versus the Oilers. Overall, he's at 19 points, 76 shots on net, 27 hits and a minus-7 rating through 23 playoff appearances.

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  • Panthers' Aleksander Barkov: Nets lone goal in loss

    Barkov scored a goal on three shots and went minus-2 in Friday's 5-1 loss to the Oilers in Game 6.

    Barkov had a tally in the second period overturned on a review, as the play was offside. He eventually got a goal anyway, but the Panthers couldn't build off of it. The 28-year-old has five points over six games against the Oilers, but the Panthers' depth scoring has evaporated almost as quickly as their 3-0 series lead. Barkov is at 22 points, 57 shots on net, 50 hits, 24 blocked shots and a minus-2 rating over 23 playoff outings.

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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Takes third straight loss

    Bobrovsky allowed three goals on 19 shots in Friday's 5-1 loss to the Oilers in Game 6. The last two goals were empty-netters.

    The Oilers didn't dominate early in the game, but they converted their chances while limiting the Panthers' offense over the first two periods. Bobrovsky ultimately wasn't up to the task, and he's now allowed 15 goals over his last four games, with losses in each of the last three. He'll presumably have one more chance to secure the Stanley Cup for the Panthers in Monday's Game 7 on home ice, as it's unlikely head coach Paul Maurice will switch to backup Anthony Stolarz for the winner-take-all contest.

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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Guarding goal in Game 6

    Bobrovsky will defend the road crease in Edmonton on Friday, Mike Cugno of CBS Miami reports.

    Bobrovsky has really struggled the last two games, giving up nine goals on 39 shots (.769 save percentage). Overall, the netminder is 15-7 with a 2.35 GAA and a .906 save percentage in 22 playoff appearances. Bobrovsky was on a six-game winning streak prior to losing the past two contests.

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  • Panthers' Sam Bennett: Adds assist in loss

    Bennett notched an assist, five hits and a plus-2 rating in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Oilers in Game 5.

    Bennett has a goal and three helpers through five appearances in the Stanley Cup Finals. The 27-year-old forward continues to play a strong role on the second line for the Panthers with 14 points, 34 shots on net, 81 hits and a plus-2 rating through 17 playoff appearances.

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  • Panthers' Brandon Montour: Slides assist in loss

    Montour notched an assist in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Oilers in Game 5.

    Montour has managed three helpers with a minus-3 rating over his last eight games. The 30-year-old defenseman set up an Evan Rodrigues tally in the second period of Tuesday's loss. Montour is at 11 points, 47 shots on net, 47 hits, 32 blocked shots and an even plus-minus rating through 22 playoff appearances in a top-four role.

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  • Panthers' Oliver Ekman-Larsson: Scores in Game 5 loss

    Ekman-Larsson scored a goal on three shots, added two hits and blocked two shots in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Oilers in Game 5.

    Ekman-Larsson's third-period goal brought the Panthers within one, but they couldn't tie the game. It was his second goal of the postseason and his second point in five games in the Stanley Cup Finals. The veteran defenseman has six points, 25 shots on net, 57 hits, 18 blocked shots, 24 PIM and an even plus-minus rating over 22 playoff outings in a bottom-four role.

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  • Panthers' Evan Rodrigues: Goal, assist in loss

    Rodrigues scored a goal on two shots, dished an assist, added two PIM and went plus-3 in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Oilers in Game 5.

    Rodrigues set up a Matthew Tkachuk tally and scored one of his own in the second period, but the Panthers weren't able to overcome their slow start in this game. With four goals and two helpers over five Stanley Cup Finals outings, Rodrigues has been a standout forward for Florida. He's at seven goals, seven helpers, 42 shots on net, 50 hits and a plus-7 rating through 22 playoff contests.

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  • Panthers' Matthew Tkachuk: One of each in loss

    Tkachuk scored a goal on four shots, added an assist, logged six hits and posted two PIM in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Oilers in Game 5.

    Tkachuk's goal was his first since Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The winger had been limited to one assist over his previous six appearances. Despite the scoring slump, he's maintained a point-per-game pace with six goals and 16 helpers over 22 playoff outings. Tkachuk has added 81 shots on net, 64 hits, 27 PIM and a plus-3 rating.

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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Struggles again in Game 5

    Bobrovsky allowed four goals on 23 shots in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Oilers in Game 5. The fifth goal was an empty-netter.

    Bobrovsky has been torched for nine goals on just 39 shots over the last two contests, taking consecutive losses to follow up a six-game winning streak. Early in the series, the 35-year-old was generating Conn Smythe buzz, but that has faded with his recent struggles. Bobrovsky is 15-7 with a 2.35 GAA and a .906 save percentage over 23 playoff outings, though it's likely head coach Paul Maurice sticks with the veteran goalie heading into Game 6 in Edmonton on Friday.

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  • Panthers' Sergei Bobrovsky: Set to start Tuesday

    Bobrovsky will patrol the home crease Tuesday in Game 5 against Edmonton, according to David Dwork of The Hockey News.

    Bobrovsky allowed five goals on 16 shots in Saturday's 8-1 loss to the Oilers before being replaced by Anthony Stolarz with 15:01 remaining in the second period. The 35-year-old Bobrovsky has a 15-6 record with a 2.27 GAA and a .909 save percentage through 21 appearances this postseason.

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  • Panthers' Vladimir Tarasenko: Scores lone goal in loss

    Tarasenko scored a goal on three shots and added two hits in Saturday's 8-1 loss to the Oilers in Game 4.

    Tarasenko's goal in the first period pulled the Panthers within one, but they were unable to build on it as the Oilers ran away with the game. The winger has three goals and an assist over his last five contests, a rare run of consistency for him this postseason. Overall, he's at nine points, 40 shots, 41 hits and a plus-5 rating through 21 playoff outings.

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  • Panthers' Anthony Stolarz: Makes playoff debut

    Stolarz allowed three goals on 19 shots in relief of Sergei Bobrovsky in Saturday's 8-1 loss to the Oilers in Game 4.

    Few goalies in the world could have stopped a desperate Oilers squad in Saturday's contest. Stolarz had never played in an NHL playoff game, and it was nearly two months to the day since he last drew into a game, as Bobrovsky had played every minute of the Panthers' postseason run. Head coach Paul Maurice will likely go back to Bobrovsky for Game 5 on Tuesday, so Stolarz is unlikely to play again unless Bobrovsky continues to struggle or suffers an injury.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 3.20 2.39 23.5

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