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Panthers and Lightning Still Duking it Out for First in the Atlantic

The Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning were both in action last night, as the Panthers took down the New Jersey Devils, 3-2, and the Lightning fell to the Montreal Canadiens, 3-0. The Panthers gave up the first goal, as Mike Sislo scored on the power play notching just his …

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Panthers Lose at Home to Maple Leafs, 5-2

Tied at the top of the Atlantic Division with fellow Florida team the Tampa Bay Lightning (44-27-9), the Florida Panthers (42-25-9) have a lot they could lose. And lose is what they did Tuesday night against the Toronto Maple Leafs (28-37-11), 5-2. The Maple Leafs scored early on in the first period …

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Panthers Lose on the Road to the Rangers 4-2

The saying “cats always land on their feet” didn’t apply to the cats skating on ice at Madison Square Garden Monday night. The Florida Panthers (40-24-9) fell to the New York Rangers (41-24-8) 4-2 despite a late push in the third period. The Rangers scored first on a break-away goal during of the first period. Viktor …

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Calgary Flames Beat Florida Panthers 6-0

The Calgary Flames beat the Florida Panthers on Wednesday night 6-0. The Panthers weren’t ready for 19-year-old center Sam Bennett who had a first-period hat trick and became the third youngest player in NHL history to score four goals in a game. Heading into Wednesday night, the Flames had one win in their last five home …

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Florida Panthers Winning Streak Iced

Canucks Televisison Network announces Daniel Sedin winning goal over the Panthers. The Florida Panthers (26-12-5) 12 game winning streak is officially over, as the team lost to the Vancouver Canucks (17-16-10) 3-2  in overtime Monday night. The game started off great for the Panthers as center Jussi Jokinen scored the …

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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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