Cats without homes in South Florida will hopefully find a new success with a change in latitude.
The Florida Panthers made major improvements to the BB&T Center’s scoreboard in the offseason and as a payback to the county and the team, the NHL will reportedly bring the 2015 NHL Entry Draft to Sunrise, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
“The Lion King” took the stage this year as Broadway’s highest grossing show in 2013 while “Wicked” recorded Broadway’s highest single-week gross ever
While most of the attention from South Florida sports fans has been focused on the Miami Dolphins and Miami Heat; the Florida Panthers are quietly trying to make a push towards respectability in the NHL.
The Florida Panthers may not be going anywhere fast this season, but at least two players left Sunrise and headed for a new team Thursday night.
The Panthers have played better hockey under new coach Peter Horachek. He and his assistants, Stanley Cup winners John Madden and Brian Skrudland have brought a different mentality to the team. A mental approach of high energy and intensity is evident.
It’s always difficult when people you know lose jobs. But the Panthers were in dire need of change, thus the coaching staff was fired Friday.
The Florida Panthers have struggled out of the gate this season and Friday the team decided it was time to make a change to the coaching staff.
Thirty-seven cats were rescued from a house of filth and authorities say the owner was taken to a mental health facility for evaluation.
Steven Stamkos has been practicing his shootout moves, and it paid off on Sunday. Stamkos scored the deciding goal in the tiebreaker to give the Tampa Bay Lightning a 4-3 win over the Florida Panthers.