More, from the Miami Herald:
Bolland returned to the Panthers on Monday and his gear is back in the team locker room but he might not play right away.
Bolland sustained some sort of injury while on assignment to Florida’s AHL team in Portland, Maine.
General manager Dale Tallon would only say that Bolland is being evaluated for a “lower-body” injury.
Bolland, 29, has been a major disappointment this season, and that disappointment’s been exacerbated by the fact that, at $5.5 million annually, he’s Florida’s highest-paid forward.
Head coach Gerard Gallant’s made Bolland a healthy scratch on a number of occasions this season, but insisted he wasn’t trying to send the veteran center a message.
Yet by sending him to the minors, the Panthers pretty much did exactly that.
Bolland appeared in two games for Portland during his stint, registering one point. He last played on Saturday, in a 2-1 win over Bridgeport.