Kris Versteeg wasn't a perfect fit after the Philadelphia Flyers traded for him during last season's stretch run.
The Florida Panthers, though, couldn't be happier with how the left wing has meshed with his new teammates after acquiring him from the Flyers.
Coming off his first career hat trick, Versteeg looks to help the Panthers post their first seven-game point streak in two years Sunday when they host Philadelphia.
Acquired from Toronto on Feb. 14 for two draft picks, Versteeg had seven goals and 11 points in 27 regular-season games for the Flyers, who went just 11-9-7 after the deal and barely hung on for their first Atlantic Division title in five seasons. He was limited to one goal in 11 playoff games as Philadelphia was ousted in the second round.
While more attention was paid to their offseason moves of dealing Jeff Carter and captain Mike Richards and signing goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov, a Flyers trade that went under the radar has helped Florida (8-4-3) post...