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The Florida Panthers are desperate to get fans in the seats at the BB&T Center. As if offering season tickets for as low as $7 a game wasn't enough, the Panthers are now offering a free ticket for their next home game to everyone who attends a Florida victory with a single game ticket.
Their new motto: "We win, you win."
What an incredible deal. If you buy a single game ticket and the Panthers win, you'll receive a ticket for the next game free of charge beginning with their contest on October 25. The promotion ends on December 23rd, but until then there's no limit on how many free tickets they'll hand out. In theory, you could buy a ticket for a game, see a win and as long as the Panthers keep winning you could see numerous games free of charge.
This creative and unbelievable promotion is a desperate attempt to boost sagging attendance figures. After five home games in 2013-14, the Panthers are averaging just 14,339 (77.6%) a night. Thi...
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SUNRISE, Fla. -- Less than a week after returning from injury, Florida Panthers goaltender Tim Thomas is nursing another one.
Thomas left with 2:59 left in a 2-2 game against the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night.
Panthers coach Kevin Dineen said the lower-body injury suffered Tuesday was not the same groin injury that previously hampered Thomas.
Dineen did not have an update...
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. -- The Florida Panthers will have to make due without starter Tim Thomas again.
Coach Kevin Dineen announced the team placed Thomas on injured reserve Wednesday with a lower-body injury.
The netminder is ineligible to play Friday against the Buffalo Sabres and Sunday versus the Tampa Bay Lightning.
"We're confident he's not going to be long-term,...
There has to be relief in the Florida Panthers locker room now that one of their toughest stretches of the season is in the books.
Florida opened the year with a four-game road trip, then returned home to face the past four Stanley Cup Champions -- the Pittsburgh Penguins, Los Angeles Kings, Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks -- in a span of 11 days.
"It's a great test...
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Tim Thomas‘ return to the NHL probably isn’t going the way he drew up.
The Florida Panthers veteran goalie has looked every bit of his 39-year-old age in his return to the league after sitting out last season. The goalie injured his groin just three games into the season but did recently return form that injury. That didn’t last long, though.
Thomas reaggravated that groin...
One day after leaving a 3-2 shootout loss to the Champion Blackhawks, the Florida Panthers put goalie Tim Thomas on injured reserve.
Kevin Dineen, the head coach of the Panthers indicated that Tim Thomas has a groin injury and will not play against Buffalo on Friday or State rival Tampa on Sunday. The 39 year old Thomas has missed time already this year due to this injury. He did...
Just two days ago word came out that the Florida Panthers were already starting to get that wheeling and dealing bug with a large portion of their roster available for trade. From the looks of it there could be a taker.
Defenseman Dmitry Kulikov was the Panthers' No. 1 pick (14th overall) in the 2009 draft. He made the team right away and has been in Florida ever since signing...
Per NHL.com's Alain Poupart, Tim Thomas seems to be suffering from Dominik Hasek syndrome (goalie returns after semi-retirement, deals with chronic injuries as he gets back into game shape):
Florida Panthers goalie Tim Thomas left Tuesday's game against the Chicago Blackhawks with an apparent lower-body injury and did not return.
Thomas left the ice with 2:59 remaining...
Last year Jose Theodore's knee injury forced youngster Jacob Markstrom into a starting role he may not have been ready for. Call it deja vu this season as Tim Thomas continues to struggle to stay healthy.
A few weeks ago he hurt his groin, and now he is hampered by a lower body injury that is reportedly not the same injury. But whatever it is, it is worse than the previous...
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SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) -- Jonathan Toews and Patrick Sharp each scored in the shootout to lift the Chicago Blackhawks to a 3-2 win over the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night.
Toews also scored in regulation, Bryan Bickell added a goal and Corey Crawford made 20 saves.
Sharp beat goalie Jacob Markstrom on the glove side for the deciding goal. The Blackhawks have won five of their past...
The Florida Panthers won't have veteran goaltender Tim Thomas through at least this weekend. A matchup with the last-place team in the Atlantic Division could make it a little easier to deal with his absence.
With Thomas recovering from a lower-body injury, the Panthers will try to send the visiting Buffalo Sabres to another defeat Friday night.
Thomas had to leave Tuesday...
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- FOX Sports Florida will be featuring the St. Thomas Aquinas-Hollywood Hills game on FOXSportsFlorida.com via Prep Zone, presented by Checkers. Ed Berliner will call the game, alongside color commentator John Kaleo, and Kavita Channe will be reporting from the sidelines.
On Friday, October 25, at 7 p.m., Prep Zone returns to Broward County for a District...
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Repeating an increasingly more painful theme in this young season (well, it's now 10% over), the Blackhawks again squandered a third period lead.
This time, against the Florida Panthers, and on a horrible sheet of ice, the Hawks were able to pull it out in the shootout.
Chicago is 6-1-2âa very nice recordâbut with too many...