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The Florida Panthers are one of the hottest teams the NHL has seen in the past several years.

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After beating the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday, Florida has now won 12 consecutive games and enjoy a five point cushion for first place in the Atlantic Division.

The winning streak is the longest in Panthers franchise history, dwarfing the old mark of seven straight games.

Florida has also tied a franchise record for consecutive games with at least a point. The Panthers began the 96-97 season by going 8-0-4 in the first 12 games.

Here are some of the more impressive stats that have come from the winning streak.


During the 12-game streak Florida has outscored its opponents by 23 goals, scoring 38 while surrendering just 15.


The Panthers have given up one of fewer goals in nine of the twelve games. They have also only given up more than two goals once during the streak.


Florida has only trailed for a total of 14 minutes and two seconds during the winning streak.


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This is the first time in NHL history that a team has won 12 straight games after missing the playoffs the previous season.


Aleksander Barkov has scored 14 points during the streak, leading all Panthers.


Jaromir Jagr and Barkov are tied for the team lead in goals during the streak with six apiece.


Jonathan Huberdeau paces the team with 10 assists during the winning streak.


Goaltender Roberto Luongo has gone 9-0-0 during the streak, earning a 1.31 goals against average to go with a .954 save percentage and two shutouts.


Backup goalie Al Montoya’s goals against average during the streak is 1.00. He’s earned a 3-0-0 record and has a .957 save percentage during that time.


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The Panthers face the Vancouver Canucks on Monday, January 11th at 10:00 p.m. You can hear every game on Sports Radio 560 WQAM, the radio home of the Florida Panthers.