Found April 30, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
Follow me @jaeckel Some of you may recall some scuttlebutt I shared back in March about the Florida Panthers having some interest in top Hawk prospect Teuvo Teravainen. I was told about ten days ago, by a very good source with contacts in Florida, that interest persists and that there could yet be a significant deal between the two clubs right before the draft. Basically, the story goes...
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