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Bob’s Back: Sergei Bobrovsky returns to Florida Panthers practice



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Florida Panthers goalie Sergei Bobrovsky at a summer camp workout in Coral Springs during the 2019-2020 postseason. // @FlaPanthers

The Florida Panthers had a welcomed site at practice Wednesday as star goalie Sergei Bobrovsky was on the ice for the first time since training camp opened earlier this month.

Bobrovsky had been on the team’s ‘unfit to play’ list with what is believed to be COVID-19 related.

Although it is unlikely Bobrovsky would start in Sunday’s season-opener against Chicago after being off the ice for more than a week, the Panthers were certainly glad to have Bob back.

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Coach Joel Quenneville did not rule Bobrovsky out for Sunday.

UPDATE: Bobrovsky opens season on Panthers non-roster list which means he will not play against Chicago. 

“It is definitely great to be back with the guys, start working, see the puck and be around my teammates again,” Bobrovsky said Wednesday morning following practice.

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