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.
Florida general manager Dale Tallon would prefer to move past last season, for obvious reasons.
This season had a familiar feel for the Florida Panthers, who again relied heavily on prospects and again missed the playoffs.
No story dominated the local sports landscape like the Dolphins unresolved bullying scandal. Second year player Jonathan Martin left the team after claiming the harrassment he got went way beyond normal hazing in NFL locker rooms.
It’s always difficult when people you know lose jobs. But the Panthers were in dire need of change, thus the coaching staff was fired Friday.
The NHL’s regular season is barely underway, but besides it being just a new season; the 2013-2014 season is a brand new era for the Florida Panthers.
The Florida Panthers will welcome new owner Vincent Viola to Sunrise Friday at the official press conference announcing the sale of the team.
The Florida Panthers haven’t played a regular season game this year, but they may be about to get a brand new boss.