The Florida Panthers needed to get hot coming into the final month of the season to stay in first place in the Southeast Division. Luckily, the Panthers have seemingly hit their stride as the regular season winds down.
The Florida Panthers don’t have any trouble scoring against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The Florida Panthers needed some time to get up to full speed against the Ottawa Senators. Marcel Goc, Krystofer Barch and Mikael Samuelsson scored second-period goals and the Panthers rallied to beat the Senators for the first time in 10 games, 4-2 on Sunday night.
Mike Santorelli scored twice Tuesday night as the Florida Panthers handed the sinking Maple Leafs a 5-3 loss, an all-too-familiar outcome for fans in Toronto.
Coming off a big 3-2 comeback win over the Carolina Hurricanes, the Florida Panthers will take on the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday in Sunrise.
Ryan O’Reilly scored 3:55 into overtime, as his shot trickled through the legs of Florida goalie Jose Theodore, helping the Avalanche rally for a 4-3 win over the Panthers on Wednesday night.
Jose Theodore saw the puck at his feet and threw his arms in the air. It’s way too early to declare the Florida Panthers a playoff contender, though moments like that from their new goalie are certainly signs of hope.
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.