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.
The Florida Panthers refuse to die in the race for the Southeast Division crown. The Cats went from a three-game losing streak to winning back-to-back games and now head to Toronto looking to stay ahead of the Winnipeg Jets.
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.
First it was the Big Three coming together with the Miami Heat. Now, the Miami Marlins are going all-in to try and establish a winner in South Florida. All of it has turned South Florida into arguably the professional sports capital of the country, with the exception of the Miami Dolphins.
After a decade of futility, the Florida Panthers have started the season with quite a bang. Two months into the season, the Panthers are in first place in the Southeast Division
When the Florida Panthers chose Jonathan Huberdeau with the third pick in the 2011 NHL Draft, some didn’t know when he’d join the main squad. Based on early performances, it looks like Huberdeau may be in Sunrise sooner, rather than later.
The Florida Panthers started the day more than $20 million below the NHL’s salary cap floor and when the clock struck noon, Panthers general manager Dale Tallon came out swinging to try to help rebuild the moribund franchise.
The Florida Panthers were wheeling and dealing over the weekend before and after Friday’s NHL Draft. The Panthers need an influx of talent and managed to get plenty to fill both needs.