The injury woes continued for the Florida Panthers Tuesday when the team announced that Stephen Weiss will have season-ending wrist surgery next week.
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.
The NHL has declared that hockey’s back, but watching the Florida Panthers over the last week makes one question if the team got the memo the lockout had ended.
There’s one last order of business to complete before the Florida Panthers can finally get this season started. It comes Saturday night, not long before the puck drops against the Carolina Hurricanes, and it’s a moment 12 years in the making.
The Florida Panthers will go for their second straight playoff Tuesday night in New Jersey as they battle the Devils in the opening round of the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The Florida Panthers took their first step towards the Stanley Cup Sunday night when they finally won their first home playoff game in the last two decades. The Panthers playoff victory was the team’s first since April 17, 1997 against the New York Rangers, or 5,478 days.
When the Florida Panthers were struggling down the stretch of trying to snap the longest active NHL playoff drought, those inside the locker room tried to insist everything was fine.
The Florida Panthers’ first playoff run in more than a decade is creating a buzz about hockey not seen in South Florida since rats were raining down on the ice in the 1990’s.
There are seven teams in the four major professional sports that haven’t been to the playoffs in the last decade. That list could shrink to six teams if the Florida Panthers beat the Winnipeg Jets Tuesday night.
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.