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Roberto Luongo

35-Year-Old Goalie – Florida Panthers

2014-15 NHL Stats

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2.33

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.927

2014-15 NHL Projections

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2014-15 Fantasy Hockey Outlook

Luongo returned to Florida last year after an eight-year stay in Vancouver that ended tumultously despite his largely elite play. He played like a renewed man in 14 games for the Panthers in 2013-14, posting a 2.46 goals against and .924 save percentage despite seeing about ...

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STATUS:  Day-To-Day    INJURY:  Upper Body    EST. RETURN:  12/1/2014
SHOOTS: Left   HT: 6' 3"   WT: 217   DOB: 4/4/1979
BORN: Montreal, Quebec   DRAFTED: 1st Rd, #4 Overall in 1997   Show ContractHide Contract

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Roberto Luongo Contract Information:

Luongo signed a $27 million, four-year contract with the Canucks in June of 2006. The Canucks agreed to terms with Luongo on a 12-year extension worth $64 million in Sept. of 2009.

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Coach Gerard Gallant said that the upper-body injury suffered by Luongo in Wednesday's win over the Hurricanes isn't considered serious, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.

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Roberto Luongo NHL Stats
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  Goalie Stats
Season Age League Team GP W L OTL SO GAA GA SA SV SV%
2005-06 26 75 35 30 9 4 2.97 213 2488 2275 .914
2006-07 27 76 47 22 6 5 2.28 171 2169 1998 .921
2007-08 28 73 35 29 9 6 2.38 168 2029 1861 .917
2008-09 29 54 33 13 7 9 2.34 124 1542 1418 .920
2009-10 30 68 40 22 4 4 2.57 167 1915 1748 .913
2010-11 31 NHL VAN 60 38 15 7 4 2.11 126 1753 1627 .928
2011-12 32 NHL VAN 55 31 14 8 5 2.41 127 1577 1450 .919
2012-13 33 NHL VAN 20 9 6 3 2 2.56 51 551 500 .907
2013-14 34 NHL FLA 14 6 7 1 1 2.46 33 432 399 .924
2013-14 34 NHL VAN 42 19 16 6 3 2.38 96 1157 1061 .917
2014-15 35 NHL FLA 17 7 5 5 1 2.33 37 508 471 .927
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Time On Ice Stats

56:08

Average Time On Ice in 2014-15

During an average game, Roberto Luongo was on the ice for 56:08.

4:44

Average Power Play Time On Ice in 2014-15

During an average game, Roberto Luongo was on the ice for 4:44 during power plays.

Year Ice Time Power Play Ice Time
2013-14 57:27 5:41
2013-14 57:34 5:22
2014-15 56:08 4:44

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Roberto Luongo 2014-15 NHL Game Log
Date Opponent W L OTL GAA GA SA SV SV%
Nov. 26 CAR 1 0 0 0.00 0 11 11 1.000
Nov. 24 MIN 0 1 0 3.05 3 38 35 .921
Nov. 22 at NSH 0 0 1 1.90 2 50 48 .960
Nov. 20 at SJ 1 0 0 1.85 2 30 28 .933
Nov. 18 at LA 0 1 0 6.00 4 25 21 .840
Nov. 16 at ANH Did Not Play
Nov. 14 NYI 0 0 1 2.77 3 34 31 .912
Nov. 11 SJ 1 0 0 1.00 1 26 25 .962
Nov. 8 CGY Did Not Play
Nov. 6 at PHI 0 1 0 4.00 4 30 26 .867
Nov. 4 at BOS 0 0 1 1.90 2 25 23 .920
Nov. 1 PHI 1 0 0 1.02 1 37 36 .973
Oct. 30 ARI 1 0 0 1.00 1 33 32 .970
Oct. 25 at ARI 0 0 1 1.94 2 41 39 .951
Oct. 21 at COL 1 0 0 2.90 3 33 30 .909
Oct. 18 at WAS Did Not Play
Oct. 17 at BUF 1 0 0 0.00 0 26 26 1.000
Oct. 13 OTT 0 1 0 1.02 1 23 22 .957
Oct. 11 NJ 0 1 0 13.64 5 14 9 .643
Oct. 9 at TB 0 0 1 3.00 3 32 29 .906

Roberto Luongo: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Luongo suffered an upper-body injury during Wednesday's game and will not return, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.

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Luongo left Wednesday's game against the Hurricanes early in the second period, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.

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Luongo will be in the crease Wednesday against the Hurricanes, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.

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Luongo let in three goals on 38 shots in Monday's 4-1 loss to the Wild.

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Luongo will start in net Monday against the Wild, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.

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Luongo made 48 saves through regulation and allowed just one goal in the shootout in Saturday's 3-2 loss to Nashville.

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Luongo will start Saturday’s game against the Predators, Steve Goldstein of Fox Sports Florida reports.

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Luongo saved 28 of 30 and stopped two of three shootout attempts in Thursday's win over the Sharks.

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Luongo will receive the start in goal Thursday against the Sharks, Steve Goldstein of FOX Sports Florida reports.

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Luongo was pulled after two periods Tuesday after giving up four goals on 25 shots against the Kings.

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Luongo will be in the net Tuesday against the Kings, Steve Goldstein of FOX Sports Florida reports.

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Luongo made 30 saves and posted a .912% save percentage, but lost 4-3 in a shootout to the Islanders Friday.

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2014-15

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2013-14

The 2012-13 season was a turbulent campaign for Luongo, as the four-time all star was dropped to a backup role for the Canucks. He was shopped around at numerous times, but Luongo’s expensive, long-term contract and the lockout-shortened schedule proved it impossible for the Canucks to find a suitor. Luongo handled himself professionally throughout the process and posted stats similar to his career norms, finishing 9-6-3 with two shutouts, a 2.56 goals-against average and .907 save percentage in 20 appearances. Most pundits believed Luongo would find a new home this past offseason, but the Canucks instead decided to trade Cory Schneider to the Devils, opening the door for Luongo to return to his No. 1 role between the pipes. During his last full season as a starting goalie, Luongo was among the league’s best with a 31-14-8 record, 2.41 goals-against average and five shutouts in 55 appearances. At 34, there still appears to be plenty of gas left in the tank and the combination of a light workload last season and the lack of a proven backup on the roster could force the Canucks to ride Luongo more heavily than in recent years. Luongo still has elite skills and a solid team skating in front of him, which will allow him to be a No. 1 fantasy option in net once again.

2012-13

Despite all the hubbub that always seems to hover around Luongo, he continues to be one of the better all-around goalies in the league. In 2011-12, Luongo shook off surging backup Cory Schneider and the scorn of Vancouver’s diehard yet delusional fanbase to finish 31-14-8 with a 2.41 goals-against average, .919 save percentage and five shutouts in 55 starts. All of those numbers were right in line with his career norms except for wins, but that was due to a productive Schneider seeing more action. Even with the solid campaign, Luongo was evetnually relegated to backup duties in the playoffs and is now on the trading block. His massive contract (10 years remaining) will give many suitors pause, but one team will eventually end up with an elite goalie who’s still in his prime. While Luongo will be hard-pressed to land with a team better than the Canucks, he’ll likely be the No. 1 goalie no matter where he’s traded, which will make him a more appealling fantasy option than staying in Vancouver and splitting time with Schneider. Don’t shy away from Bobby Lou in drafts; he’s still an elite fantasy goaltender.

2011-12

Despite uneven play during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Luongo still proved to be one of the best goaltenders in the league last year. He pitched four shutouts and finished the regular season with a record of 38-15-7, a nice complement to career-highs in goals-against average (2.11) and save percentage (.928). The Canucks consciously limited Luongo to 60 starts last season, and he’ll probably see around the same amount this year with Cory Schneider slated to be his backup once again. His postseason struggles may cause him to drop down some cheat sheets, but Luongo remains one of the few elite options at netminder in fantasy.

2010-11

Despite being just one of five goalies in the NHL to win 40 or more games last season, Luongo had a down year. Bobby Lu posted a 2.57 goals-against average and .913 save percentage and just four shutouts -- his worst marks in each category since joining the Canucks. He also stumbled during the playoffs, going 6-6 with a 3.23 GAA and .895 save percentage. The Canucks responded by retooling their blue line this offseason to offer Luongo more support. Given his track record, we’re betting on a bounce-back campaign from Luongo. Enjoy getting him a little bit cheaper than usual in drafts this year.

2009-10

The 2008-09 season was another banner year for Luongo. The 30-year-old propped the Canucks on his back once again, finishing 33-13-7 while setting career-highs in goals-against average (2.34) and shutouts (9). His stellar campaign came despite missing nearly two months of action with a groin injury. Health won't be a concern entering this season, so we should expect to see Luongo between the pipes for his usual 70-plus starts.

2008-09

When it comes to safe bets in-between the pipes, Luongo should be near the top of the list. A constant workhorse, Luongo has started over 70 games in each of the past four seasons. The Canucks hope to give him more time off this season, but with Curtis Sanford as the backup, expect to see Luongo start 70-plus games again. The wear-and-tear of the season seemed to affect Luongo as the 2007-08 season wound down - he started each of the last 35 games of the season. If the Canucks manage to improve on offense, expect Luongo to better last year's totals of 35 wins, 2.38 goals-against average, and .919 save percentage.

2007-08

Luongo is on the verge of proving he is the best goaltender in the league. The Canucks play a style of hockey designed to improve Luongo's vision across the ice and he will be able to see the shots much better and be in position to stop the bulk of them. Expect a rise in shutouts, while the rest of his stellar numbers stay, well, stellar.

2006-07

Luongo is set to have his best season of his career. He has a skilled team skating in front of him and should have career numbers in wins, while maintaining his other stellar numbers. Expect a significant dropoff in shots faced, so keep that in mind if your league rewards higher shot counts.

2005-06

Luongo was peeved the team took him to arbitration during the off-season, but it should light a spark beneath him. After all, if he truly is as emotionally hurt by the process as he's let on, he will only want to pad his numbers to make himself more marketable for future suitors on the free agent market. Add to that, Luongo will benefit considerably with a more mature defense in front of him. He's proven he can be a great goalie behind a bad team -- now might be his chance to prove he can be an elite goalie behind a good team.