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The Bruins will head to Florida on Monday night looking to get back to their winning ways on a road trip that did not start out so great. The B's began their four-game road trip with a loss to Carolina on Saturday and will face another tough opponent in the Florida Panthers. The Panthers and coach Kevin Dineen have been one of the most surprising stories in the NHL this season. After bringing in Brian Campbell and Kris Versteeg during the offseason, the Panthers have battled for the Southeast division lead all season long, currently tied with the surging Washington...
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There’s growing buzz this morning within the MLK Day black face message board community about Bruins black face fan at last night’s Florida Panthers game in South Florida. Portnoy at Barstool posted an image this morning of Black Face slapping the glass during the 3-2 Bruins shootout victory. Of course we started looking around and of course there was Black Face and his broads...
A lot of puzzles come in pieces, and as Panthers defenseman Keaton Ellerby said, “We know it’s a big piece of the puzzle that went missing Monday night.”
After finishing with the fewest points in the Eastern Conference last season, the Florida Panthers are one of the NHL's biggest surprises.
Perhaps just as surprising - they're atop the Southeast Division despite having gone more than six weeks without a road win.
In the opener of a three-game trip, the Panthers try to avoid a seventh straight road loss Wednesday night against...
The Panthers lost to the Bruins in a shootout, but Florida gained confidence and a point in the process.
The Florida Panthers have hit a rough patch, no doubt about it.
The last time the Bruins and Panthers met, Florida was dealt its worst shutout loss in franchise history.