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.
The Florida Panthers gave fans everything they could ask for during Tuesday night’s game against the Washington Capitals.
There are seven teams in the four major professional sports that haven’t been to the playoffs in the last decade. That list could shrink to six teams if the Florida Panthers beat the Winnipeg Jets Tuesday night.
With just more than a month to go in the NHL’s regular season, the Florida Panthers have positioned themselves to fight to the last game for the chance to win the Southeast Division title.
The Florida Panthers had two goals Tuesday night, beat the Washington Capitals and stay in first place in the Southeast Division. The only problem is they couldn’t do either one of them.
When the Florida Panthers take the ice Tuesday night against the Washington Capitals, it’s not a stretch to say the game is a must-win for the Cats.
Stephen Weiss and the first-place Florida Panthers showed the Washington Capitals how much they have improved from last season. Weiss scored two goals to lead the Panthers to a 5-4 win over the Capitals on Monday night.
If you look at the calendar it says December 2011, but the Florida Panthers are playing the best hockey South Florida has seen since the mid-1990’s.
The Miami Marlins won’t reveal their new logo until November 11, but apparently some stores have started selling hats with the purported new Marlins logo on it already.
In the offseason, the Florida Panthers decided they didn’t need goalie Tomas Vokoun anymore. Tuesday night, Vokoun made the Panthers pay for that decision.