Found September 17, 2012 on
Thank goodness for the lockout. At least the Panthers will have time to heal. Kris Versteeg said in New York he was two months away from skating after offseason hip surgery, and with Erik Gudbranson's shoulder injury that will have him sidelined into January, a lockout doesn't seem so bad. But who am I kidding?
I know it may seem inconceivable to many who are Hockeybuzz loyalists, but Panthe...
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As a consequence of the NHL lockout, the Florida Panthers have laid off several team employees, most notably, Stanley C. Panther, the team's mascot.
The Florida Panthers have announced layoffs of some staff members, saying the moves are ''primarily'' because of the NHL lockout.
Panthers President and Chief Operating Officer Michael Yormark released a statement announcing what he called ''staff adjustments'' on Tuesday, the lockout's third full day.
Yormark did not say how many jobs were involved...
The Florida Panthers announced the layoffs of an unknown number of staff members Tuesday, only the third full day of the NHL's lockout.
The Panthers are believed to be the NHL's second team to publicly announce layoffs since the league's collective bargaining agreement with its players expired at 11:59 p.m. on Saturday and ushered in the league's fourth work stoppage...
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Poor Stanley C. Panther. He along was laid off today in a "Cost Cutting" move by the Florida Panthers hockey team.
In case you didn't know: The NHL is in a lockout. Again.
Yeah, we were surprised to hear that too.
So...if the NHL had a lockout and nobody knew it, did it really happen?
Unfortunately in this case...
East coast readers, just be grateful all this rain isn’t snow.
Peeps got jokes.
The lockout is really bad. The Florida Panthers mascot was laid off.
I wish I was a Kentucky basketball player for a variety of reasons.
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