After arriving in Montreal at noon on Wednesday, the Florida Panthers held a 30-minute skate at the Bell Sports Complex, the Montreal Canadiens practice facility, located in Brossard.
Tomas Vokoun will be back between the pipes for the Panthers tomorrow when they take on Montreal in their second game of a three-game Canada road swing.
Vokoun has not played in each of the club’s last two games, with Scott Clemmensen
recording wins against Tampa Bay (Sunday) and Toronto (Tuesday).
“It has been a long year for Tomas and we have asked him to do a lot every night and he has responded quite well for us," said head coach Peter Deboer. "This two-game break gave him a chance to get some extra rest as make one final push in our last 10 games."
Gregory Campbell did not take part in the on-ice workout and is expected to be out for the remainder of the three-game road trip with a fractured bone in his foot.
“He will be day-to-day," said DeBoer. "He does not need a cast and we will just have to see how he progresses each day.”
The Panthers close out the season series against Montreal tomorrow night, before traveling to Ottawa for their final game of a three-game road trip on Saturday evening.