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.
The Florida Panthers came into the lockout-shortened 2013 season hoping to duplicate last season’s successful playoff run. But through six games of the season, the only thing colder than the ice the Panthers skate on has been the Panthers’ scoring.
The Florida Panthers hit the ice again Tuesday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning and hope to finally light up the scoreboard for the first time since the opening game of the season.
Matt Read notched his first career hat trick — and thought it came pretty easily.
With their first win in the books and a familiar face possibly ready to add some reinforcement, the Philadelphia Flyers will look to continue their success at Florida.
Boston’s 85-75 win in Game 7 over Philadelphia on Saturday night earned the Celtics a trip to Miami, where the reigning East champion Heat will host Game 1 of this year’s conference title series Monday night.
The Florida Panthers were all set to break out the champagne and celebrate the team’s first playoff berth in more than a decade, then the Winnipeg Jets finally showed up for Tuesday’s game and put the celebration on ice.
Ilya Bryzgalov has been the goalie of the month in the NHL. Scott Clemmensen was easily the goalie of the night, and that was all the Florida Panthers needed to stretch their lead in the Southeast Division.
The last time the Florida Panthers saw the Philadelphia Flyers on the ice, the Cats were on the wrong side of a 5-0 shellacking. Tuesday night, the Panthers hope they can continue their momentum towards the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The Florida Panthers continued their streak of losing at home Sunday with a shutout loss to the Anaheim Ducks. The loss not only was the team’s third straight, but it also left the Cats clinging to a one point lead in the Southeast division.