The Florida Panthers selected Lawson Crouse with the No. 11 overall pick in the 2015 NHL Draft, an event hosted by the team at the BB&T Center beginning last Friday.

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The Voice of the Panthers applauds the pick.

“Good new for Panthers fans as well,” Randy Moller said on the Big O Show. “Not only does he have the talent, but he’s got a bit of a mean streak as well. His nickname is the sheriff. And the reason for that is he sticks up for his teammates and everyone he’s involved with.”

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As for the Panthers next season, what is Moller’s expectation?

“100 points and playoffs,” he said. “Anything less, it would be a total disappointment.”

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