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Panthers Fall to Kings, 3-1

Nov 23, 2015; Sunrise, FL, USA;  Florida Panthers goalie Roberto Luongo (1) makes a save on a shot by Los Angeles Kings center Andy Andreoff (15) in the third period at BB&T Center. The Kings won 3-1. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

The Florida Panthers have now lost three in a row after they fell Monday night to the LA Kings 3-1. The only scorer for the Panthers was Aleksander Barkov, while the Kings had points put up by Tyler Toffoli, Alec Martinez, and Marian Gaborik. Panthers head coach Gerard Gallant says the team …

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Florida Panthers beat in state rival Tampa Bay Lightning


Crowd going crazy after Aaron Ekblad scored the winning goal.  The Florida Panthers upset their in state rivals, the Tampa Bay Lightning, with a lucky goal by Aaron Ekblad with only 20 seconds left in the game to secure a 1-0 victory. Ekblad’s shot bounced off the skate of defensemen Victor Hedman …

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Panthers’ Jonathan Huberdeau Using the Off-Season to Improve

Jonathan Huberdeau did not have the sophomore season he anticipated to have with the Florida Panthers. Huberdeau was drafted in the first round by Florida with the third overall choice in the 2011 National Hockey League Draft. The 20-year-old was the first Panther player to win the Calder Trophy for …

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Tampa Bay Lightning Season Comes to An End

The Tampa Bay Lightning lost 4-3 and were officially swept in the first round of the NHL’s Eastern Conference playoffs by the Montreal Canadians. The last time the Lightning won a playoff series was in the 2010-2011 season when they advanced all the way to the Eastern Conference Finals before losing …

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Steve Russell Interviews NHL Analyst Barry Melrose

In case you missed it…. NHL analyst and former player Barry Melrose chatted with Sportscene’s Steve Russell. Steve and Barry talked about NHL conference realignment, both The Florida Panthers’ and The Tampa Bay Lightning’s losing seasons, possible NHL trades, league free agency and also who’s hot and who’s not in …

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NHL, NHLPA Resume Lockout Negotiations To No Avail

The NHL and the NHL Players Association met for two hours in New York on Tuesday morning in an attempt to advance negotiations in the ongoing lockout.  Despite the increasing threat of vacated regular season games, reports indicate that neither side made any progress. The meeting focused mostly on secondary topics, as opposed …

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