Found May 02, 2013 on
It took 11 games and went down to the season finale at Tampa, but Nick Bjugstad finally tallied his first NHL goal. The relief on his face is obvious, especially when his goal was a major part of the 5-3 victory. He also discusses some of the other youngsters as well. Enjoy.
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Leading scorer Tomas Fleischmann and goaltender Jacob Markstrom are among six Florida Panthers who will play for their native countries in this years World Hockey Championship.
Left wing Fleischmann, who totaled 35 points in 48 games this season, will play for the Czech Republic and Markstrom for Sweden during the May 3-19 event in Stockholm, Sweden, and Helsinki, Finland.
A.B. There have been all sorts of tributes displayed to the city of Boston through sports over the last few weeks. Some of my favorites include Sweet Caroline being played at MLB stadiums, the Florida Panthers wearing Boston police hats in warm ups and the United We Stand sign at Yankee Stadium.
But while tributes like these are awesome and get national attention, I’m a bigger...