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Hockey Wilderness Oct 26, 2014

Iowa Wild Weekly Report

A recap of the last two games over the weekend and some news & notes. Iowa hosted the Charlotte Checkers twice, Friday and last night. In the first matchup, John Curry got his second start of the season. Phil Di Giuseppe opened the score just 1:24 into the game. Former Minnesota Wild invitee Carter Sandlak scored his first AHL goal to make it 2-0 Checkers. Charlotte added another goal before the end of the first period. Jordan Schroeder got the Wild on board with his first goal of the season from Zack Phillips and Alex Gudbranson. That was the lone goal of the second period. In the third,...

Panthers' Gudbranson upset about violence in hometown Ottawa

Panthers defenseman Erik Gudbranson, who was born and raised in Ottawa, was shaken by Wednesday's murder of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, who was gunned down while at his post by the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. The same suspect also went to Parliment and started...
Litter Box Cats Oct 17, 2014
GuddyGate: Florida Panthers defenseman scratched vs Buffalo, but hold on a moment

GuddyGate: Florida Panthers defenseman scratched vs Buffalo, but hold on a moment

So who messed up here, anyway? Funny thing happened just prior to puck drop between the Florida Panthers and host Buffalo Sabres Friday night: blueliner Erik Gudbranson was scratched. Yep, the very same Gudbranson who scored 1 of Florida's 3 goals - total - heading into the Buffalo match. The move sparked a firestorm of questions from fans and media, as the only answer could be injury, right? Even Erik's dad got into the act hours earlier, pumped for the match: Looking forward to watching the @flapanthers vs Sabres game and @Guddy44 tonight — Wayne Gudbranson (@wgudbranson) October 17,...
Litter Box Cats Oct 14, 2014
Panthers get blanked 1-0 by Anderson, Senators

Panthers get blanked 1-0 by Anderson, Senators

Cats' special teams fail again in front of record-low crowd. The effort was somewhat better, but the Florida Panthers still managed to send the meager crowd of 7,311 (announced) souls at the BB&T Center home disappointed. Clarke MacArthur scored a second period power-play goal, after being sprung past Erik Gudbranson by a nifty Kyle Turris pass, to give the Ottawa Senators a 1-0 win. Former Florida netminder Craig Anderson continued his mastery of his old team with his first win and shutout of the season. Anderson stopped all 30 shots he faced. After getting off to a slow start, the...
Rotoworld Oct 10, 2014

Gudbranson slaps home first of season - Erik Gudbranson (D) Florida Panthers

Erik Gudbranson kicked his season off with a bang, opening the scoring in Thursday night's game with Tampa Bay.

Erik Gudbranson Photos

Panthers Player News

  • Roberto Luongo

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  • Shawn Thornton

    Capitals forward Brooks Laich suffers apparent shoulder injury in shootout win

  • Scottie Upshall

    Upshall sore, upset with Lightning's Gudas

  • Aaron Ekblad

    Panther defenseman Dmitry Kulikov coming of age

  • Willie Mitchell

    BANNER NIGHT: Willie Mitchell watches old mates raise banner, ready to lead Florida Panthers to new heights ... Jason Garrison back in the Sunshine State

  • Sean Bergenheim

    Panthers' B-Unit line reunited: Boyes, Barkov, Bergenheim

  • Brad Boyes

    Panthers drop 2-1 shootout decision to Capitals

  • Nick Bjugstad

    'YOUNG GUNS' OFF TO SLOW START: Nick Bjugstad and Aleksander Barkov ready to start scoring ... Barkov back with Boyes and Bergenheim ... Cats in Colorado

  • Dave Bolland

    Panthers' Bolland to miss third consecutive game

  • Jussi Jokinen

    SHOOTOUT SPECIALISTS: Panthers should be tougher in shootouts these days ... Gerard Gallant says team can overcome Rocky Mountain high