Thursday night was quite thrilling, even if the result was disappointing.
It’s here! It’s finally here! The Panthers have returned to the playoffs, and puck drops on Game 1 tonight. This what we all wanted and this is what we have been waiting for. I’m so excited, as I am sure everyone else is too.
It is here, the final game of the regular season. For once, however, there is no pall of sadness over this game. Instead, we anticipate the excitement of what is to come.
Earlier, I discussed the surge in Panthers shooting. The big team-wide improvement no doubt comes with some individual improvement. However, leaving that statement as is would be doing a disservice to just how good the individual improvement is.
As we gear up for the playoffs, we naturally look for things that tells us how well a team is performing. The Playoffs can be a stressful thing to experience, so any little comfort can ease your mind, and any little flaw can drive you batty.
The final Canadian game of the season brings the Panthers to Ottawa. Consider it a charity case, in which a playoff team is presented to an unfortunate Canadian team.
News of a bad break came down this morning, as it was announced that defenseman Erik Gudbranson was sent back to Florida for evaluation. George Richards reported that it
The final road trip of the regular season starts tonight in Toronto, as the Panthers face the Nazem Kadri-less Toronto Maple Leafs!
After a hiatus for the month of February, we’re back with a supersized version of Panthers Pics for the month of March!
A real compelling read dropped this morning on Sportsnet, in which Panthers captain Willie Mitchell discusses his concussion issues, his struggle to come to grips with his health status, and the NHL’s handling of head injuries. This is a must-read for anyone who is interested in headshots in hockey, or just catching up with the […]
The Panthers will play their second to last home game tonight. They will chase history as well, as a victory tonight will result in a new franchise record for wins in a season!
Much has been made this season about the Florida Panthers ability to win games when scoring three or more goals in a game.
The Divisible By Three Line™ might be missing its regular center, but that doesn’t mean the Panthers are fresh out of hot lines. Like clockwork, the Huberdeau-Barkov-Jagr line is back at it.
Vincent Trocheck’s untimely injury has done more than just give Nick Bjugstad a fresh start on the 2nd line, it also opened an opportunity for someone from Portland to make a statement. That opportunity will go to Rocco Grimaldi.