The Florida Panthers wrap up their season-opening four game road trip Thursday night with a match-up against cross-state rival Tampa Bay.
The NHL’s regular season is barely underway, but besides it being just a new season; the 2013-2014 season is a brand new era for the Florida Panthers.
The Florida Panthers knew signing a 39-year-old goalie who had been out of hockey for a year was a big risk. Tuesday the risk didn’t pay off as goalie Tim Thomas suffered a “slightly pulled groin,” according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Brayden Schenn and Braydon Coburn scored goals to make Philadelphia’s Craig Berube a winner in his coaching debut, leading the Flyers past the Florida Panthers 2-1 on Tuesday night.
It’s been months since the Florida Panthers played a meaningful game, but the Cats hit the ice Thursday night for their 2013-2014 regular season debut and did it in style.
The Florida Panthers will welcome new owner Vincent Viola to Sunrise Friday at the official press conference announcing the sale of the team.
The Florida Panthers are ready to start a new season and will do so under new ownership.
The 2011 season that saw the Florida Panthers win the Southeast Division seems like an eternity ago for fans. So was 2012 an aberration or the beginning of another collection of lost seasons for Florida’s NHL franchise?
The Florida Panthers haven’t played a regular season game this year, but they may be about to get a brand new boss.
The last time Tim Thomas was making news for an National Hockey League team, he was helping lead the Boston Bruins to the Stanley Cup. Now, Thomas is in Sunrise on a tryout deal with the Florida Panthers.