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Roberto Luongo | Goalie | #1

Team: Florida Panthers
Age / DOB:  (39) / 4/4/1979
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 215
Drafted: 1997 / Rd. 1 (4) / NYI
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Roberto Luongo is expected to miss two-to-four weeks because of a Grade 1 MCL injury.
Luongo sustained a strained MCL in Saturday's regular-season opener versus Tampa Bay. The Panthers put him on injured reserve Sunday. Oct 8 - 12:03 PM

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Roberto Luongo (knee) has been put on injured reserve.

Michael Hutchinson has been called up from the minors. Florida expected to know more about Luongo's injury on Sunday, but an update on his status has not been announced yet. We know now that he will be sidelined for at least a week, though.
Oct 7 - 5:49 PM

Florida doesn't know the severity of Roberto Luongo's knee injury yet.

"He had some ice on his knee," coach Bob Boughner said. "I don't know how serious (the injury is). Hopefully that's not going to be a long-term thing. They're going to reassess it and I'll know more tomorrow." Luongo was forced to leave Saturday's game midway through the second period with a lower-body injury after teammate Frank Vatrano fell on the veteran netminder's extended right leg.
Oct 7 - 10:27 AM

Roberto Luongo suffered a knee injury during Saturday's 2-1 shootout loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning but the injury is not believed to be serious, according to a source.

Coach Bob Boughner expects to have more information on Sunday. Michael Hutchinson will reportedly to join the team from the AHL. Expect to be without Luongo in your fantasy lineups for at least a couple of games.
Oct 6 - 11:08 PM

Roberto Luongo (lower body) has left Saturday night's contest against the Tampa Bay Lightning and will not return.

Luongo went down awkwardly and needed help off the ice midway through the second period. He was replaced by James Reimer. We'll hopefully get an update at the conclusion of tonight's game.
Oct 6 - 8:54 PM

Roberto Luongo is probable to start in goal Saturday night against Tampa.

It is the Panthers' season debut and Luongo is the team's starter, so this isn't a huge reach, but stayed tuned for confirmation. The 39-year-old has had his challenges staying healthy, but when he's able to play the past few seasons, he's been pretty steady. Drafting James Reimer as a handcuff wouldn't be a bad idea if you are a Luongo owner.
Oct 6 - 11:55 AM

Coach Bob Boughner would like to see Roberto Luongo play 50 games this season.

Luongo was limited to 35 appearances last year and he played in 40 contests during the 2016-17 season. The 39-year-old netminder has performed well when he's been healthy, but avoiding injuries has been difficult. If he misses time again this year then James Reimer will be looked upon to step up for the Panthers.
Oct 5 - 10:16 AM

Roberto Luongo was irate following Wednesday's preseason game against Montreal.

Canadiens forward Max Domi sucker-punched Florida defender Aaron Ekblad in the contest, drawing the ire of the Panthers in the process. "I'm sure the league will look at it and we definitely won't forget about it," said Luongo. "You don't do that. You respect your opponents and if your opponent doesn't want to engage in a fight, there's no reason to drop your glove and punch him square in the face. Bit of a gutless play. You don't do those types of things." Domi will face a hearing on Thursday with the NHL Department of Player Safety.
Sep 20 - 10:02 AM

Roberto Luongo believes that the Panthers are close to being able to win a Stanley Cup.

"The way we finished, adding (Mike) Hoffman, there are a lot of things to be excited about," the 39-year-old said. "I just wish I was five to 10 years younger so I could be here for a while with them, that's the part that is a little bit scary for me. I feel like we are right there and hopefully it will happen in the next couple of years but if it's five or six years down the road, then I don't think I'll be around for that, and that's scary."
Source: NHL.com
Sep 1 - 6:08 PM

Roberto Luongo still isn't over the fact that the Florida Panthers missed the playoffs in 2017-18.

The Panthers dug themselves into a hole early, but they managed to make things interesting late. In the end, they missed the postseason by one point and that stings for the veteran goaltender. But now that the Stanley Cup Playoffs are over, he can start getting over it. "Until hockey’s off TV, it’s tough to start focusing on the next year," Luongo said. "Obviously, the emotions start to go away as time goes by. But for me personally, it’s always been about once the season is over as far as the Stanley Cup Final is when I can start moving on. And everybody’s back on the same page and working for the next season."
Jun 9 - 8:28 AM

Roberto Luongo has been picked as a finalist for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy.

Luongo bounced back from injuries to his hand and groin in 2017-18 and posted solid numbers. The 39-year-old netminder had a record of 18-11-2 with 2.47 goals-against average and .929 save percentage in 35 appearances. His efforts nearly got the Panthers into the postseason, but the team ended up falling short. Luongo also delivered a great and emotional speech following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on a night when Florida honored the victims.
Source: NHL.com
Apr 21 - 1:24 PM

Roberto Luongo will return for the 2018-19 campaign.

Luongo is signed through 2021-22, but there was an outside chance that the 39-year-old would decide to retire this summer. He's ruled that out though. He had an 18-11-2 record, 2.47 GAA, and .929 save percentage in 35 contests.
Source: TSN.ca
Apr 10 - 12:25 PM

Roberto Luongo has been chosen as the NHL's second star of the week.

Luongo posted a 3-0-0 record with a 1.59 goals-against average and .955 save percentage in four appearances during the week ending Apr. 8. He also became just the third goaltender in NHL history to reach the 1,000th game milestone. Luongo also ranks fourth in all-time wins with 471.
Source: NHL.com
Apr 9 - 5:21 PM

Roberto Luongo preserved Florida's final victory of the season on Sunday with eight saves in the third period.

Luongo was called into action after James Reimer suffered a late injury and was put to work. Boston pressed the Panthers for a late equalizer with first place in the conference on the line, but Luongo made sure the Panthers escaped with two points. Luongo finishes the year with a 18-11-2 record, 2.48 goals against average and .929 save percentage.
Apr 8 - 10:39 PM

Roberto Luongo will probably be in goal for Florida Sunday night.

Luongo was slated to start Saturday, but the Panthers made a late switch and went with James Reimer after learning the team had been eliminated from postseason contention. Luongo should get the nod Sunday barring something unforeseen like an injury or perhaps an injury prevention measure. He has turned aside 98 of the 103 shots he has faced during his three-game win streak. Luongo has posted a record of 18-11-2 this season with a 2.48 goals-against average and .929 save percentage.
Apr 8 - 1:32 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Aleksander Barkov
2Vincent Trocheck
3Jared McCann
4Derek MacKenzie
LW1Jonathan Huberdeau
2Mike Hoffman
3Frank Vatrano
4Maxim Mamin
5Jamie McGinn
6Micheal Haley
RW1Evgenii Dadonov
2Nick Bjugstad
3Troy Brouwer
4Colton Sceviour
5Denis Malgin
D1Aaron Ekblad
2Keith Yandle
3Mike Matheson
4Mark Pysyk
5Alex Petrovic
6MacKenzie Weegar
7Bogdan Kiselevich
G1Roberto Luongo
2James Reimer
3Michael Hutchinson