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Scott Clemmensen had 41 saves, and Mikael Samuelsson lifted the Panthers with a goal in the seventh round of the shootout.
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Is there really much that can be said about this? The background story is self explanatory. The Florida Panthers’ AHL affiliate, the San Antonio Rampage, wanted to set a world record on Saturday night. Rather than playing 73 straight hours of tennis and trying to tackle an impossible feat, the Rampage decided to encourage fans to bring their dogs to the game. Hundreds of them...
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) -- Kris Versteeg scored two goals and added an assist for the Florida Panthers, who snapped an eight-game, road-losing streak with a 4-3 shootout win over the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday night.
Mikael Samuelsson scored the Panthers' winning goal of the shootout, which used 14 skaters. Mike Santorelli also scored in regulation for Florida (22-15-10), which...
All-You-Can-Eat nights? Been there. Bobblehead dolls? Done that. Clearly, it's time for the next evolution for minor league hockey promotions. Since the Las Vegas Wranglers have the Rapture covered, that leaves shattering irreverent world records as the next big thing.
The Central Hockey League's Texas Brahmas attempted to break three Guinness World Records on Friday night...
With two goals Saturday, Kris Versteeg, the Panthers’ leading goal scorer, ends a nine-game scoring drought.
Before any one in Canada or even northern U.S. states calls us wussies, let me explain. If you have ever tried to negotiate Chicago traffic on a Friday evening rush, you know what happens when 6-9 inches of snow is thrown in right at the same time. Needless to say, no one was going any where for a while so the game was pushed back 30 minutes. Still over 21,000 attended—no wussies...
Kris Versteeg scored two goals and added an assist for the Florida Panthers, who snapped an eight-game, road-losing streak with a 4-3 shootout win over the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday night. Mikael Samuelsson scored the Panthers' winning goal of the shootout, which used 14 skaters. Mike Santorelli also scored in regulation for Florida (22-15-10), which also ended a four-game skid.
Well, won't this be a fuzzy occasion for everyone?
The Hawks host the Florida Panthers tonight, the team who carries no less than five former Hawks on their roster, as well as the GM who brought them all to Chicago and Florida. Needless to say, the barbs that will be flying on the ice should be quite the entertainment.
Surprisingly, the Cats come in tied for first in their division...
With two goals Saturday, Kris Versteeg, the Panthers leading goal scorer, ends a nine-game scoring drought.
The Panthers struggled in snowstorm traffic to get to the arena in Chicago and then struggled for scoring chances in their eighth road loss in a row.
Last night’s 4-3 shootout loss to the Florida Panthers must have been a tough pill to swallow for the Winnipeg Jets, as their Southeast Division rivals managed to get both of a two possible points despite the Jets completely pouring it on from beginning to end. the Jets managed 44 shots on Scott Clemmensen, who stole this game for the Panthers with some help from a three-point...
The sliding Florida Panthers will try to halt their longest losing streak of the season when they visit the Winnipeg Jets for tonight's Southeast Division clash at MTS Centre.
The Chicago Blackhawks' game against the Florida Panthers on Friday night at the United Center started a little over a half-hour late because of snow. The 20,500-seat arena was about 80 percent full when the puck was dropped at 8:08 p.m. The Panthers' bus from their downtown hotel arrived at the arena at about 6:45 p.m.