SUNRISE, Fla. – – Roberto Luongo did 33 save for the game as he returned to the Florida Panthers net, won a 5-0 against Boston Bruins at the BB & T Center on Tuesday.
Luongo lost the previous five games due to knee injury. The last eight was his career, moving him past Ed Belfour and Tony Esposito for a ninth place on the NHL all-time list.
Jonathan Huberdeau He had a goal and two helped extend his streak of multi-twelve to six games, a Mike Hoffman scored two goals for the Panthers (11-10-5).
Evgenii Dadonov a Mike Matheson scoring, a Aleksander Barkov have got three help.
Huberdeau is a shy of the Panthers record for most successive multi-duet games, set by Pavel Bure in March 2001.
Jaroslav Halak which saved 39 to Bruins (14-9-4), who lost for the third time in four games. Boston was closed for the fifth time this season.
Florida took control with four goals in the second phase.
Hoffman gave a 1-0 leader on the Panthers at 4:21 when he shot home freely in the crew. Huberdeau had an assistant for her 296 NHL points, and moved to Nathan Horton fourth on the Florida time-time list.
Matheson was 2-0 at 13:13 and finally rushed off before Huberdeau scored on a wrist shot from the top of the empty circle away to give a 3-0 leader to Fflur at 15:14 .
Hoffman made a 4-0 with a 3.7 seconds left in the period with a power goal when Barkov passed one time in the right circle.
Dadonov scored another power goal at 14:26 of the third time for the 5-0 final score.
Panthers on Nick Bjugstad left the game at 12:19 of the third period after he was hit into the boards by Bruins defenseman Connor Clifton. No penalty was called.