Dmitry Kulikov picked a good time to get his first goal of the season for the Florida Panthers.
The last time the New Jersey Devils visited the Florida Panthers, they eliminated them from the opening round of the playoffs in dramatic fashion.
The Florida Panthers did something that has become increasingly rare for the team, come through with a win at home.
Two games after getting Martin Brodeur back in the lineup, the New Jersey Devils will now have to deal with another injury to another star player.
When the final buzzer sounded at Madison Square Garden, the Swedish goalie celebrated the big win with his teammates. No, it wasn’t Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers this time. Jacob Markstrom made 44 saves, and he and the cellar-dwelling Florida Panthers stole the spotlight from Lundqvist and the Rangers with a 3-1 win Thursday night.
The New York Islanders nearly paid for relaxing too early against the Florida Panthers.
Tuukka Rask and Patrice Bergeron kept the surging Bruins near the top of the Eastern Conference. Rask made 29 saves and Bergeron scored two goals to help the Bruins beat the Panthers 4-1 on Thursday.
Dustin Byfuglien was determined to take matters into his own hands, and it paid off.
If you can stop a hockey puck, the Florida Panthers desperately need to talk to you. The Panthers went to Washington hoping to right the ship, but instead were blown off the ice by the Washington Capitals, 7-1.
With growing confidence, the Washington Capitals are playing some of their best hockey of the season.
Capitals Beat Panthers, 4-3
Carolina Hurrricanes Whomp Panthers, 6-2
Bruins Swept Past Panthers, 4-1
Panthers Rattle Sabres, 4-3
Philadelphia Flyers Defeat Panthers, 7-1
Panthers Ease Past Hurricanes, 5-1
FIU Falls Short Against UCF Knights