National Hockey League
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.
The Florida Panthers did something that has become increasingly rare for the team, come through with a win at home.
Tuukka Rask and Patrice Bergeron kept the surging Bruins near the top of the Eastern Conference. Rask made 29 saves and Bergeron scored two goals to help the Bruins beat the Panthers 4-1 on Thursday.
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.
With growing confidence, the Washington Capitals are playing some of their best hockey of the season.
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.
It’s beginning to get almost comical watching the Florida Panthers try to score goals. The Panthers were blanked again Tuesday night, this time by the Toronto Maple Leafs, 3-0.
The Florida Panthers had the opportunity to right the ship against an equally struggling Montreal Canadiens team Thursday night at the BB&T Center. Instead, solid goaltending and a quick score in overtime gave the Canadiens the victory in overtime, 1-0.
The Florida Panthers have dug themselves a deep hole to start the abbreviated 2013 season. The Panthers are just one point out of last place in the Eastern Conference, but just four points out of the final playoff spot.
The Florida Panthers gave fans everything they could ask for during Tuesday night’s game against the Washington Capitals.