Prior to the lockout, I started doing player evaluations for Duncan Keith, Marian Hossa, Brent Seabrook, Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, and Patrick Sharp. While the evaluations still remain valid, please […]
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While we cannot know for sure how this season will inevitably play out, here are my bold predictions as to what may be in store for the Florida Panthers this season.
There are pivotal moments in every athlete’s career that define their legacy. There are other moments in a players career that really define their character. A little moment-association with Florida […]
On April 26th the Florida Panthers were on the brink of achieving something they had not done since the 1995-1996 season; winning a playoff series. After dropping game six in […]
The last time the Sabres had a team that was able to make a push towards the Stanley Cup was in 2006 when they lost in the conference finals to […]
Earlier this week, the finalists for the 2012 Jack Adams Award were released. John Tortorella, Ken Hitchcock, and Paul MacLean were all nominated as finalists for the honor, but it […]
The New Jersey Devils defeated the Florida Panthers 3-2 in double overtime of Game 7 early Friday morning to advance to the Eastern Conference semi final, but almost had their […]
With all the suspensions, questionable hits and fighting that have taken over the NHL headlines lately, it’s easy to overlook that for all the guys who walk the line between […]
Earlier in the NHL season, I wrote about Brian Campbell and his chance to win the Norris Trophy for the National Hockey League’s best defenseman. Campbell had an outstanding regular […]
Through the first fifteen minutes of Game 3, the New Jersey Devils looked like they were going to run the Florida Panthers out of town — scoring three times (Zach […]
There’s a certain Christmas tune that comes on the radio at just about every turn that describes the time of year that the NHL is embarking on: “It’s the most […]
It’s been 12 long years since the Florida Panthers last skated in the NHL playoffs. But for their small yet faithful collection of fans, it’s probably felt like an eternity. With a […]