Tomas Kopecky RW FLA 15 Days

Kopecky was practicing on the top line with Aleksander Barkov and Scottie Upshall Monday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.

Kopecky has no points in his last four games, and has only registered one assist in the first 12 games of the season. He has found himself playing most of the season as a bottom six forward and with the lack of success, the move to the top line is a little bit puzzling. If Kopecky remains playing on the top line during Tuesday's game against the Sharks, he will need to produce some points or he could easily find himself back in the doghouse.

Tomas Kopecky RW FLA 21 Days

Kopecky has registered just one point in 10 games this season.

Coming off a dreadful, concussion-plagued campaign that limited him to 12 points over 49 games, the 32-year-old Kopecky is no longer being relied upon as a key contributor for the Panthers. He's filled a bottom-six role for the club all season and figures to be shown the door when he becomes a free agent next summer.

Tomas Kopecky RW FLA 8 Months

Tomas Kopecky skated with his teammates for the first time on Saturday since he suffered a concussion at the Olympics.

Florida plays their last game of the season against Columbus on Saturday night, so Kopecky will have to wait until next year to play again. He has one season remaining on his four-year, 12 million contract.

Tomas Kopecky RW FLA 8 Months

Tomas Kopecky (upper body) may resume practices with his teammates this week.

It appeared as though he suffered a concussion during the Winter Olympics, while playing for Slovakia in Sochi, and he hasn't played since.

Tomas Kopecky RW FLA 9 Months

More is expected to be known about the status of Tomas Kopecky's "upper-body injury" on Friday.

The medical staff of the Florida Panthers will examine him today. Kopecky may not play much, or at all, down the stretch for his NHL club after it's believed that he suffered a concussion while skating for Slovakia at the Winter Olympics.

Tomas Kopecky RW FLA 9 Months

According to team spokesman Tomas Stulajter, Slovakia's Tomas Kopecky has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2014 Winter Games because of an upper-body injury.

He was struck in the head by an elbow from Slovenia's Sabahudin Kovacevic, who received a one-game suspension for the infraction, during the first period of Saturday's contest. Kopecky may have suffered a concussion on the play.

Tomas Kopecky RW FLA 9 Months

Tomas Kopecky isn't playing in Slovakia's game on Sunday due to a possible head injury.

Kopecky was elbowed by Slovenia defenseman Sabahudin Kovacevic during Saturday's contest. The question now is if Kopecky was held out for precautionary reasons or if he's sustained a concussion.

Tomas Kopecky RW FLA 9 Months

Slovakian forward Tomas Kopecky left Saturday's 3-1 loss to Slovenia after being elbowed in the head in the first period.

He was elbowed by Slovenia defenseman Sabahudin Kovacevic, who will face a review regarding the hit. It is possible Kopecky sustained a concussion and his status for Sunday's game against Russia is questionable.

Tomas Kopecky RW FLA 10 Months

Tomas Kopecky earned his 100th career assist in Thursday's loss to Detroit.

He picked up the helper on Florida's only goal of the game from Scottie Upshall. Kopecky also had four penalty minutes in the contest. He has 12 points in 48 games this season.

Tomas Kopecky RW FLA 10 Months

Slovakia's bronze-medal loss to Finland at the 2010 Olympic Games still stings Tomas Kopecky.

"I still kind of think about it," Kopecky said of the 5-3 loss to Finland after Slovakia had a 3-1 lead going into the third period. "We played such a great tournament and a great game until going into the third. I remember that game like it was yesterday. You realize how fortunate you are to play in a game like that. Losing is such a bummer but it makes you an even better hockey player to realize how tough it is to play the Olympics at the highest level. I still didn't get over that game." He'll represent the Slovaks again in Sochi.