Found December 24, 2011 on Pro Sports Daily:
The Florida Panthers will be without forward Stephen Weiss for a second consecutive game due to an upper-body injury.Weiss sat out Friday's 8-0 drubbing at the hands of the Boston Bruins. Head coach Kevin Dineen said the veteran center was "fairly tender", and suggested he wouldn't be in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Toronto Maple Leafs.Weiss may be able to return Friday against the visiting New York Rangers.The 28-year-old has 11 goals and 21 assists in 35 games this season.

Theodore looks to dominate Bruins, again

Tune into FOX Sports Florida at 7 p.m. to watch the Florida Panthers take on the Boston Bruins. NHL Panthers territory. Jose Theodore has manned the net for an array of teams over the years, but there's been one constant regardless of the sweater he's worn: Theodore is a thorn in the side of the Boston Bruins. Now the starter for the Florida Panthers, Theodore seeks to...

Bruins Have Chance for Payback When Upstart Panthers Come to Garden Before Christmas Break

One of the NHL's biggest surprise this season has been the play of the Florida Panthers. The upstart bunch from South Florida will come to Boston on Friday night as the Southeast division leaders, currently tied for fourth in the Eastern Conference in points. Not only will the Panthers' stop at TD Garden present a formidable Eastern Conference test for the Bruins, it will...

Florida Panthers’ Jason Garrison: From undrafted to All-Star?

Some players around the National Hockey League have already circled the last weekend in January, looking ahead to a few days off for a vacation with the family.

Brian Campbell’s Offensive Resurgence

One of the top scoring defencemen in the league this season is Brian Campbell of the Florida Panthers.  He has 27 points in 35 games, which puts him third among defencemen so far this season.  27 points was his total last season in 65 games.  He has already equalled his offensive totals from last season with more than half of the year left to play.  Campbell was once a higher...

Bruins Get Offensive Contributions From Power Play and Penalty Killing Units in Rout of Panthers

The Bruins could do no wrong on Friday night against the Florida Panthers. The B's went into the Christmas break with an 8-0 win over the Southeast Division leaders, and the blowout win was helped along by solid play from their special teams. The Ketel One Honorable Moment revolves around that, as the B's got goals on both the power play and the penalty kill in their rout...

Bruins Have Chance to Spread Holiday Cheer With Win Over Panthers

The Bruins have a chance to enter their Christmas break feeling pretty jolly. They've won five in a row and show no signs of intending to slow down against the Florida Panthers on Friday night. How much holiday spirit can a team from Florida have, anyways? That's what NESN Nation's Dan Duquette wants to know. How does that even work without snow and all the classic holiday...

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Visit to Boston is no holiday for Florida Panthers

In their worst loss in nearly five years, the Panthers gave up four first-period goals and were routed by the Bruins.

Evening Line - Part 2

That’s an old fashioned butt kicking. There’s really nothing to say.  I can work though .-.-. I’ve got nothing. I always try to be a glass-half-full kind of guy but [Friday] there’s nothing to say. We were very porous and didn’t create any offense. We got our tails handed to us and there’s no excuse. -Florida Panthers head coach Kevin Dineen after losing to Boston 8...

Florida Panthers’ stars of future on display

The Panthers have seven top prospects competing in the 10-day World Junior Hockey Championships.

Holiday breakout

The Bruins caught the Florida Panthers hibernating last night. Actually, the Panthers were in a cryogenic sleep as they slushed their way around TD Garden during the Bruins’ 8-0 victory.

Florida Panthers (18-10-7) at Boston Bruins (22-9-1), 7 p.m. (ET)

Beantown will take center stage in the NHL tonight with a pair of first-place clubs squaring off at TD Garden, where the defending champion Boston Bruins will entertain the Florida Panthers.

Game 33: Panthers at Bruins

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