With 19 points standing between the Florida Panthers and the final Wild Card spot in the Eastern Conference, it’s all be assured that the team will miss the playoffs for […]
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At 7-14-5, the Florida Panthers have had a troublesome season thus far, and turning things around seems unlikely at this point. When comparing the Panthers’ roster to the other bottom-of-the-barrel […]
With the reformatting of the divisional format in the NHL, you might be left with questions about the team’s in Buffalo’s division, the Atlantic Division. Who will the Sabres be […]
Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in! After losing five straight games and failing to put together a complete effort in most recent games, the […]
After an embarrassing 7-1 loss earlier this season, the Florida Panthers were able to salvage some dignity and get some revenge as they squeaked past the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 in a shootout. With a win […]
Like something out of the movie “300″, a depleted Florida Panthers unit nearly survived a last second onslaught by the Winnipeg Jets only to eventually fall 3-2 by way of […]
CORAL SPRINGS, FL – The Florida Panthers returned to play Wednesday night in front of a crowd of rabid hockey hungry fans at their practice facility in Coral Springs. The […]
SUNRISE, FL – After a a lighthearted day of physicals and team photos, the Florida Panthers were finally able to lace up their skates and hit the ice for their […]
You hear a lot about the “glue” that keeps a team together, and those token “locker room guys” on every team who seem to have the right thing to say… […]
The Florida Panthers have been an unsuccessful team since the 2000-01 season. They have had eight different head coaches, ( Including interim coaching by Rick Dudley and John Torchetti in […]
What did we learn about the Panthers in their opening night win against the New York Islanders? We learned quite a lot actually, and the majority of it was positive. […]
#4 Magnus Paajarvi-Svensson EDM F 2009-10th
One-Timer: MPS. MSP. MP. Now known as simply Magnus Paajarvi. Call him anything, but call him one of the most talented young players in the game. Even at 10th, the Oilers got a gift. I had him ranked 7th in my my 2009 Draft Preview and here’s an excerpt:
MSP is a super creative winger with speed to burn. Known more of a playmaker, the talented Swede still knows how to finish. The powerful and smooth skating MSP is also very tough to knock off the puck. At 7th overall, he could prove to be a steal even at this rank.