The Florida Panthers may have been eliminated from playoff contention, but that doesn’t mean they can’t play spoilers to one of their division rivals.
The Florida Panthers may have fallen short of their goal to make the playoffs, but that doesn’t mean the season hasn’t had its fair share of success.
Carey Price stopped 24 shots to pick up his league-leading 42nd win, Tomas Plekanec scored his 200th career goal, and the Montreal Canadiens beat the Florida Panthers 4-1 Sunday.
The Montreal Canadiens’ recent struggles have not only cost them the top spot in the Eastern Conference, but now they’re tied atop the Atlantic Division.
Led by Steven Stamkos’ two goals and an assist, the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Florida Panthers 4-0 on Saturday night.
Though Steven Stamkos and the Tampa Bay Lightning have secured a playoff spot, they’re slumping offensively. Facing the Florida Panthers might get Stamkos going again.
Roberto Luongo earned his 400th career win, and Jaromir Jagr had a goal and an assist to tie Ron Francis for fourth place on the NHL’s career points list to lift the Florida Panthers over the Carolina Hurricanes 6-1 on Thursday night.
Due to a schedule conflict with Canes hoops, the Florida Panthers’ clash with the Carolina Hurricanes will be aired on 740 AM WSBR starting at 7 p.m.
The Florida Panthers playoff hopes took a huge hit with their loss on Tuesday in Boston, but the team isn’t ready to give up hope.
Milan Lucic scored the tiebreaking goal with 1:09 left as Boston rallied to beat the Florida Panthers 3-2 Tuesday night, giving the Bruins two valuable points as the try to hang on to the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.
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