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.
When the Florida Panthers take the ice in Winnipeg Thursday night, the team will be looking for a fourth straight victory and to extend its lead in the Southeast Division.
The Florida Panthers went into Boston Thursday night to play the defending Stanley Cup Champion Bruins and walked out tied for second place in the Eastern Conference after a shutout victory, 2-0.
Sports fans may not believe it, but the Florida Panthers are the hottest professional team in South Florida. The Panthers’ latest victim Monday night was the New Jersey Devils.