Panthers' Spencer Knight to receive care from NHL/NHLPA player assistance program

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Florida Panthers goaltender Spencer Knight will be far from the group for an indefinite time period while he gets care from the league’s gamer help program, according to a statement from the NHL and NHL Players Association. 

Under the conditions of the gamer help program, Knight will be paid while he is getting treatment. The Panthers netminder will be allowed to go back to the group as soon as he is cleared by the program’s administrators.

Knight has actually had a hard time throughout the 2022-23 season as he’s put together a 9-8-1 record to accompany a 3.18 goals-against-average and a .901 conserve portion in 21 video games. 

The 21-year old last dressed for the Panthers on Feb. 18 when he enabled 2 objectives in 30:43 of playing time in a 7-3 versus the Nashville Predators. Over the previous 2 months, Knight has actually appeared in simply 4 overall video games with injuries and a concealed disease keeping him out of the lineup.

Knight was sent out down to the Panthers’ AHL affiliate, Charlotte Checkers, recently, however had not bet the group because the lineup relocation.

Knight, who was the No. 13 choice in the 2019 NHL Draft, was at first anticipated to a minimum of split goaltending tasks with veteran Sergei Bobrovsky throughout the season. However, Bobrovsky has actually seen the bulk of the time in the crease and will now be supported by journeyman goalie Alex Lyon, who has actually won 3 of his 6 starts because signing up with the group.

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