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What a breath of fresh air Calder Trophy winner Jonathan Huberdeau has been, especially after a shortened season turned disaster on a team that was never healthy. The 3rd pick of the 2011 NHL Draft is the first Panther to win this prestigious award. After the season ended, it was learned Huberdeau wasn't healthy either.
One of only 4 Panthers to play all 48 games, Huberdeau underwent what...
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After a season short on good tidings, the Florida Panthers got a bit of good news Saturday, when center Jonathan Huberdeau was awarded Calder Memorial Trophy, given to the NHL's top rookie.
Huberdeau, a rookie from Saint-Jerome, Quebec, Canada, was second on the Panthers with 14 goals and 31 points in the lockout-shortened 48-game regular season.
He is the first Florida player...
Hockey Night In Canadaâs Elliotte Friedman confirmed during the CBC broadcast of the Stanley Cup Final Saturday night that the Toronto Maple Leafs have expressed interest in trading for Florida Panthers center Stephen Weiss.
Panthers GM Dale Tallon is interested in re-signing the 30 year old playmaker, who was drafted fourth overall by Florida in 2001 and is expected to reach...
After spending last season with Rapperswil in Switzerland’s top division, Juraj Kolnik has signed with Langnau in the NLB. Kolnik has played in the National Hockey League for the New York Islanders and Florida Panthers and also played with the Slovak national team in the 2004 Men’s World Hockey Championships. A high scoring winger, Kolnik played two seasons in the...