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Miami Herald Aug 18, 2017

Roberto Luongo returns to the ice

Roberto Luongo missed the final six weeks of last season but is back on the ice getting ready for the upcoming Florida Panthers …
Litter Box Cats Aug 15, 2017
Tuesday Caterwaul: Florida Panthers Offseason Open Forum

Tuesday Caterwaul: Florida Panthers Offseason Open Forum

Could Pastrnak be leaving the Bruins? The Boston Bruins and forward David Pastrnak have been unable to reach a contract extension this summer and former NHL general manager Brian Lawton believes the standoff could lead to the winger leaving Massachusetts. Could the Florida Panthers put together a package enticing enough to bring the talented, young Czech to Sunrise if he is indeed on the block (which seems hard to believe)? Sticking with the Atlantic Division, the Toronto Maple Leafs waived defenseman Alexey Marchenko. The 25-year-old Marchenko played in 25 games with the Leafs after being...
Litter Box Cats Aug 13, 2017
Former Panthers GM and coach Bryan Murray passes away

Former Panthers GM and coach Bryan Murray passes away

Longtime NHL executive loses fight with cancer Bryan Murray, a longtime hockey executive and the general manager of the Florida Panthers during their 1996 Stanley Cup Final run, passed away Saturday at the age of 74. In July 2014, the Senators website announced Murray was diagnosed with cancer and was undergoing treatment. On November 13, 2014, Murray announced he had Stage 4 colon cancer which had spread to his liver and lungs. Murray was the Panthers' second general manager, from 1994-2000, and he also coached the team for 59 games (17-31-11) during the 1997-98 season after firing Doug...
Miami Herald Aug 12, 2017

Bryan Murray, former GM and coach of the Florida Panthers, loses cancer battle

Bryan Murray wasn’t always fond of the Florida Panthers but he sure loved to talk about the glory days of the franchise, most notably the incredible rat-fueled run to the …
Litter Box Cats Aug 8, 2017
How did Ang, Gildon, Inamoto and Tippett fare at the World Junior Summer Showcase?

How did Ang, Gildon, Inamoto and Tippett fare at the World Junior Summer Showcase?

A look at a quartet of Panthers prospects in their pursuit of a spot in the 2018 WJC. The Florida Panthers had four prospects, Jonathan Ang, Max Gildon, Tyler Inamoto and Owen Tippett, participate in the recently concluded World Junior Summer Showcase in Plymouth, MI. Unfortunately, the injury bug bit Tippett and Inamoto, costing them valuable playing time. Let’s take a look at what the quartet accomplished during their short stints with Team USA and Team Canada. Jonathan Ang 2 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 SOG, Even Florida’s fourth-round pick in 2016 didn’t see any action in either of...
Litter Box Cats Aug 6, 2017
Monday Caterwaul: Florida Panthers Offseason Open Forum

Monday Caterwaul: Florida Panthers Offseason Open Forum

Nate Schmidt gets $4.45 million contract in arbitration The new Vegas Golden Knights suffered its first loss of sorts yesterday, as an arbitrator awarded defenseman Nate Schmidt a two-year contract worth $4.45 million. Vegas was looking to pay the blueliner $1.95 million over two years. Schmidt was selected by the Golden Knights in June's expansion draft from the Washington Capitals. He's set to earn $2.15 million this season and $2.3 million in 2018-19. The 26-year-old scored three goals and added 14 assists in 60 games with the Capitals in 2016-17. Detroit signed its first-round pick in...
Miami Herald Aug 5, 2017

Immortality calling: Who’ll be next Dolphins, Heat, Marlins or Panthers star in Hall of Fame?

Dolphins great Jason Taylor on Saturday became the 26th man immortalized as a Hall of Famer after having worn the uniform of, or coached, the Miami Dolphins, Heat, Marlins or …
Litter Box Cats Aug 4, 2017
Friday Caterwaul: Florida Panthers Offseason Open Forum

Friday Caterwaul: Florida Panthers Offseason Open Forum

St. Louis signs UFA Nate Prosser Well, we’ve made it through another week of the off-season. In case you missed it, the Florida Panthers re-signed restricted free agent defenseman MacKenzie Weegar yesterday. Weegar was Florida’s last player needing a new contract. The St. Louis Blues signed unrestricted free agent Nate Prosser to a two-year, two-way deal. Interestingly, this is the second time the Blues have signed the defenseman, who has played for the Minnesota Wild his entire career. On July 21, 2014, after four seasons with the Minnesota organization, Prosser left as a free agent to...
Litter Box Cats Aug 3, 2017
Florida Panthers re-sign defenseman MacKenzie Weegar

Florida Panthers re-sign defenseman MacKenzie Weegar

Cats ink the last of their restricted free agents The Florida Panthers have agreed to terms with defenseman MacKenzie Weegar, inking the 23-year-old to a one-year deal. We've agreed to terms with Defenseman MacKenzie Weegar on a 1-Year Contract. » https://t.co/U4ITvgRmxd pic.twitter.com/9qPvm61G27— Florida Panthers (@FlaPanthers) August 3, 2017 Weegar, who spent most of the last three years in the minors, played his first three NHL games with the Panthers late in the 2016-17 season. In those three games Weegar averaged 17:27 TOI, registered three shots on goal, and racked up 4 PIM...

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