The Florida Panthers have only been in training camp since Monday, but with no preseason games; the team will hold a scrimmage Wednesday night to prepare for Saturday’s opening game against the Carolina Hurricanes.
Goaltender Scott Clemmensen is staying with the Florida Panthers, and defenseman Filip Kuba is returning after more than a decade away.
Florida Panthers fans hungry to know who will be starting in between the pipes for the team in Game 7 Thursday night can exhale a little because it appears that veteran Jose Theodore should be in goal against the New Jersey Devils.
The Florida Panthers will try to do something Thursday night South Florida hasn’t seen them do in 16 years, win a Stanley Cup Playoff series. The only thing standing in the Panthers’ way is the New Jersey Devils.
The biggest storyline heading into Tuesday night’s Game 6 between the Florida Panthers and New Jersey Devils was the health of Florida goalie Jose Theodore.
For the first time since 2005, South Florida is about to experience a Game 7 in a playoff series as the Florida Panthers fight for their playoff lives against the New Jersey Devils at the Bank Atlantic Center Thursday.
The Florida Panthers are riding high after the game 5 shutout pitched by goalie Jose Theodore. But, Theodore will not be in net for the Cats in game 6.
The Florida Panthers will try to win their third straight playoff game Thursday night in New Jersey as the battle the Devils in the first round of the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The Florida Panthers have given New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur a shellacking in the last two games, so much so that he was pulled from Game 3. But the Devils aren’t ready to move on from Brodeur just yet.
Friday is the day Florida Panthers fans worried would never come. The Cats will open the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs with a first-round matchup with the New Jersey Devils at the Bank Atlantic Center on Friday the 13th.