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Panthers nominate defenseman Mike Matheson for King Clancy Trophy

Panthers defenseman Mike Matheson is the team’s nominee for the King Clancy Memorial Trophy, the NHL announced on Monday afternoon. The award is given annually “to the player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and has made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his...
The Hockey Writers Apr 22, 2018

Panthers’ Tallon Entering Make-Or-Break Offseason

  Despite a valiant run in the second half of the 2017-18 National Hockey League season, the Florida Panthers, once again, find themselves outside the postseason, looking longingly at the teams with a chance to take home the Stanley Cup. The reasons for their playoff miss are manyfold, from learning a new system under first-year […] The post Panthers’ Tallon Entering Make-Or-Break Offseason appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

Panthers' Roberto Luongo named finalist for Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

Florida Panthers goaltender Roberto Luongo was been named one of three finalists for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, awarded to “the player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey” on Saturday. Luongo joins New Jersey’s Brian Boyle and Carolina’s...

Panthers center Aleksander Barkov named a Lady Byng Trophy finalist

Two days after missing out on being a Selke Trophy finalist, Florida Panthers center Aleksander Barkov was named a Lady Byng Trophy finalist on Friday night. Barkov, along with Vegas forward William Karlsson and Buffalo forward Ryan O’Reilly were named finalists for the award that celebrates “the...

Panthers' Aleksander Barkov not named one of three Selke Trophy finalists

Aleksander Barkov will have to wait at least another season for his first Selke Trophy nomination. Barkov, the Florida Panthers’ top-line center, was not among the three finalists for the award announced by the NHL on Wednesday evening: Boston’s Patrice Bergeron, Philadelphia’s Sean Couturier and...

Breaking down the Florida Panthers' most-used forward lines this season

One of the drawbacks for the Florida Panthers this season was a lack of depth scoring in their forward corps, a top-heavy group with four 65-point scorers but missing enough consistency to provide stable wingers for Vincent Trocheck. On the season, Trocheck started a game with more than 20 different...

Examining the Florida Panthers' top defensive pairings this season

Perhaps the most stable part of this year’s Florida Panthers was the construction of their defensive pairings. As the forward lines shifted due to performance and injuries, coach Bob Boughner kept the pairs on the blue line relatively the same. Keith Yandle and Aaron Ekblad played 81 games together....
Last Word on Hockey Apr 14, 2018
Florida Panthers Evgeni Dadonov Deserves More Credit

Florida Panthers Evgeni Dadonov Deserves More Credit

The Florida Panthers were a very interesting team this past season. Looking like a lottery team for most the year they found their legs late in the season and went on a great run. This run ultimately saw them missing the Stanley Cup Playoffs by just a few points. A big reason for this run that almost saw them into the promise land was Florida's top six. Young studs like Aleksander Barkov, Jonathan Huberdeau, Nick Bjugstad, and Vincent Trocheck. However, someone who always seemed to get overlooked when talking about the Panthers? Evgeni Dadonov. Returning from the KHL this season the...
The Hockey Writers Apr 12, 2018

Why the Florida Panthers Missed Playoffs

The Florida Panthers were on the cusp of a playoff position since the all-star break, but with the 2017-18 regular season in the books, they came up one point short. While at one time only a point behind the New Jersey Devils, the Panthers found themselves five points back with four games to play. Perhaps […] The post Why the Florida Panthers Missed Playoffs appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

Entering another summer as a RFA, Alexander Petrovic wants to earn Panthers' trust

The Florida Panthers will return for the 2018-19 season with their talented, young core still intact. Aleksander Barkov, Vincent Trocheck, Jonathan Huberdeau, Aaron Ekblad and Mike Matheson are all signed to long-term contracts. But there could still be change on the periphery with expiring contracts....

Panthers GM Dale Tallon 'hopeful' Henrik Borgström, Owen Tippett can contribute immediately

Florida Panthers general manager Dale Tallon wants the team to get younger next season. Now, the question is how. During the Panthers’ exit day on Tuesday, Tallon said he was “hopeful” young players like Henrik Borgström and Owen Tippett can be immediate difference-makers in the NHL next season...

Radim Vrbata talks about retiring from the NHL

Florida Panthers forward Radim Vrbata talks about retiring from the NHL.

Vincent Trocheck talks about the affect of the Parkland shooting on the Panthers

Florida Panthers center Vincent Trocheck talks about the affect of the Parkland shooting on his team.

Dale Tallon says Panthers not making the playoffs will serve as a building block

Florida Panthers general manager Dale Tallon says not making it to the playoffs this year will be used as a building block for next season.

Colton Sceviour says Panthers' younger players are going to keep getting better

Florida Panthers forward Colton Sceviour says his team's younger players are going to keep getting better.

Panthers Player News

  • Roberto Luongo

    Roberto Luongo

    Brian Boyle, Roberto Luongo, Jordan Staal named Masterton Trophy finalists

  • James Reimer

    James Reimer

    James Reimer talks about learning from this season

  • Aleksander Barkov

    Aleksander Barkov

    William Karlsson named finalist for Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

  • Vincent Trocheck

    Vincent Trocheck

    Breaking down the Florida Panthers' most-used forward lines this season

  • Jonathan Huberdeau

    Jonathan Huberdeau

    Panthers' Aleksander Barkov not named one of three Selke Trophy finalists

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