Just a couple of days ago I posted an article on the Chicago Blackhawks rookie Andrew Shaw and how after being given a second chance at the NHL level he […]
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On Sunday, I commented on how an upcoming 4 game homestand would be crucial for the Panthers trying to play their first playoff game since April of 2000. Now 3 […]
Hockey is a funny thing. For the 6th time in the last 8 games, the Florida Panthers found themselves in a 2-0 hole. This time, the opponent was the Ottawa […]
As the Panthers plane took off for an important 2-game Canadian road trip, one vital piece was missing; leading scorer Kris Versteeg. Florida plays in Toronto tonight and the Leafs […]
The Florida Panthers were quiet on Deadline Day, having made their moves in the days prior. General Manager Dale Tallon added Jerred Smithson from the Predators and Wojtek Wolski from […]
After a brutal third period in a 6-4 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Philadelphia Flyers acquired defenseman Pavel Kubina from the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for forward Jon […]
The NHL just passed its midway point, and a number of candidates have emerged for each of the major NHL awards. It should be an interesting second half, as teams […]
Each year the Hart Memorial Trophy is awarded to the player deemed most valuable to his team, and each year we begin speculation on who that might be around the […]
Not surprisingly, the NHL All-Star Fan Balloting turned into a popularity contest. With the Ottawa Senators hosting this year’s All-Star game, the hometown team’s fans wanted to see their own […]
Versteeg Goal Here we are 41 games into the season, with 41 games to go. This time last year, I was writing about a team that was in last place […]
The Devils completed their two-game Florida road trip last night with a 3-2 shootout win against the Panthers, their fourth win in five games. New Jersey found themselves down 2-0 […]
Jose Theodore is a Bruins killer. This is not news–at least it shouldn’t be.
Let’s take a trip back in time to the 2003-04 playoffs. Theodore, then a Montreal Canadien, helped his team battle back from a 3-1 deficit against Bruins that included a big Game 7 shutout win in Boston and enough theatrical saves to make Tim Thomas blush. Almost eight years later, Theodore is still giving the Bruins headaches, proven on Thursday night when the Florida Panthers shut-out the Bruins, 2-0.