The Florida Panthers entered the 2013 season full of hope. But between injuries and other problems, the Panthers finished with the worst record in hockey. Still, if it wasn’t for bad luck, the Panthers may not have any luck at all.
Florida Panthers Center Jonathan Huberdeau is only in his first season in the NHL, but he’s already won his first award as a member of the team.
The Buffalo Sabres are hoping a two-game winning streak is a sign of better things to come. Nathan Gerbe scored his first two goals of the season, Ryan Miller made 38 saves and the Sabres beat the struggling Florida Panthers 4-3 in a shootout Thursday night.
The Florida Panthers continued their spiral Sunday with a 4-1 thrashing at the hands of the Boston Bruins, who have lost only two games on the season.
Jonathan Huberdeau is getting quite comfortable in Philadelphia. Huberdeau and Peter Mueller each had two goals to help the Florida Panthers snap a five-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory over the Flyers on Thursday night.
Blown out at home last month by the Flyers, the Florida Panthers would not be embarrassed twice. Jonathon Huberdeau and Peter Mueller both scored goals in a shootout to lead the Panthers to a 3-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday night.
When Alex Kovalev made his NHL debut, his current team, the Florida Panthers, and star rookie Jonathan Huberdeau didn’t even exist. But at 39, Kovalev is helping to bridge the gap from the veterans to Huberdeau, 19.
The Florida Panthers will lift a division championship banner to the rafters soon, but if they are to hang another one and make it deeper into the playoffs it all may rest on the shoulders of a former top draft pick.
The Miami Heat went to Indianapolis and got beaten up, down, and around on the boards and not surprisingly, they lost. Who’s the big name you will be hearing about on the Panthers this year? Plus, the worst injury of the year in the NFL costs the league it’s best player for up to 8 months.
While the Florida Panthers continue to fight for a playoff spot in 2012; the team has even more to look forward to next year beyond a possible playoff run.