The Florida Panthers may have fallen short of their goal to make the playoffs, but that doesn’t mean the season hasn’t had its fair share of success.
The Florida Panthers continue to defy the odds and remain in the Eastern Conference playoff hunt.
The Florida Panthers haven’t had much success since their improbable run to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1996.
Today was the NHL’s Trade Deadline, a day that is usually a pretty busy one for the Florida Panthers.
The Florida Panthers had a chance to pass Boston for the second wild card spot in the Eastern Conference on Saturday. Instead the Cats lost 4-1 to the Ottawa Senators.
The Florida Panthers are now winners of three straight thanks to a go-ahead goal in the second period from Brian Campbell against the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday night.
The Florida Panthers continue to win games while flying under the radar around the NHL.
Taking penalties remains the main thing keeping the Florida Panthers from reaching their full potential, and it cost them another two points on Saturday night in the desert.
The Florida Panthers opened training camp last week and are preparing to play in their first preseason game of the new season on Wednesday night against the Dallas Stars at the BB&T Center.
A hit that knocked Slovakia forward Tomas Kopecky out of an Olympic hockey game will be reviewed for possible discipline.