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(Note: The performance begins about two minutes into the video) That, my friends, is Florida Panthers winger Kris Versteeg doing the karaoke equivalent of a hate crime on the Enrique Iglesias ballad, “Hero” (or giving the abysmal song its proper due, depending on your point of view — I’m leaning towards the latter myself). This [...]
In what is not a surprising move, GM Dale Tallon sent future star Jonathan Huberdeau back to juniors for what can only be described as conditioning and weight gain. He did all that was needed in camp and in fact was probably Florida's best player. This bodes well for the future in Sunrise, as Quinton Howden was also sent down to recover from a neck injury/concussion. Both...
With the welcome return of the National Hockey League, Florida Panthers left winger Kris Versteeg decided to do a little bit of singing before the start of the season.
Versteeg got to use his singing abilities at the Ford Faceoff Gala on Tuesday night which helped raise money for the Florida Panthers Foundation which supports the fight against pediatric cancer.
Panthers forward Kris Versteeg loves his new home and hopes to repeat the Stanley Cup success he experienced with the Blackhawks.
The Florida Panthers placed Mike Kostka on waivers earlier today. He's one of several AHL level defenders with waiver rights and a 24 hour window. Kostka is a very interesting player because of his skill set and the numbers he posted in the American Hockey League. He's also interesting in that the NHL team Kostka players for (Florida Panthers) has more depth than the Edmonton...
Why does a movie studio hire Will Smith for a summer event movie? Because he's the total package: Solid performer, brings in the money and he'll even sing (OK, rap) the theme song.
Why did the Florida Panthers trade for Kris Versteeg? Same reasons. Here's Ver-beauty making his Panthers singing debut at the Ford Faceoff Gala on Tuesday night, raising funds for the Florida...
The Panthers finalized their opening night roster Tuesday by making two expected moves.
In case you missed it yesterday, the Florida Panthers offered a deal to anyone that bought any type of season ticket package - Sponsor Party City would pay half of it for you - but it was only for one day. If I lived in Florida I'd be all over that. What a deal! I'd be curious to know how many people took advantage of it and I'd also be curious to see how irritated other...
The Panthers went on a spending spree to grab a share of the spotlight in an expanding South Florida market.