Whether you’re a hockey fan or not, there is a general consensus that the Stanley Cup Playoffs are the best in sports.
When it comes to professional sports, the playoffs are what everybody strives toward.
It’s no coincidence that the Florida Panthers started playing their best hockey of the season around the time that Jaromir Jagr arrived in Sunrise.
Aleksander Barkov scored and Roberto Luongo made 21 saves as the Florida Panthers beat the San Jose Sharks 4-1 on Tuesday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
While the Florida Panthers are enjoying their longest homestand of the season (three games), the San Jose Sharks are in the midst of a tough stretch of games on the road.
The “C” stands for captain. In Willie Mitchell’s case, it may as well stand for Cup.
There are reasons to believe that things will be different in Sunrise this season.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman says the league has no immediate plans to expand and adjust its unbalanced conference alignment.
Florida general manager Dale Tallon would prefer to move past last season, for obvious reasons.
The Panthers crossed another item off their offseason to-do list on Friday, signing defenseman Dmitry Kulikov to a three-year deal. Financial details weren’t released.