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In a surprise move, Dale Tallon is once again the key decision maker for the Panthers

The Florida Panthers are Dale Tallon’s team once again. Tallon was ‘promoted’ to a hockey executive position in late November in a front office overhaul. The Panthers opted to go with a collaborative decision-making team and process and removed Tallon as the top voice in the organization. Tallon’s coaching hire, Gerard Gallant, was fired and general manager Mike Rowe stepped...
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December 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Dave Bolland fails physical, won’t be bought out by Panthers

There appears to be a snafu in the Florida Panthers attempt to buy-out disgruntled forward Dave Bolland. The Panthers were expected to cut ties with Bolland and shed the memory of his awful five-year, $27.5 million contract in order to gain a small amount of cap relief. Apparently, their efforts at buying out Bolland have failed. Luke Fox of Sportsnet.ca reports Bolland won’t...
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June 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Was Dale Tallon a good general manager?

The Florida Panthers made a considerable organizational shakeup last week when it was announced general manager Dale Tallon was ‘promoted’ to an executive hockey ops position while Tom Rowe was moved to GM in a series of moves by the club. The reassignment was reported as the Panthers decreasing Tallon’s influence while embracing a more analytical mindset. Some view the move...
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May 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Panthers give general manager Tallon contract extension

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. -- The Florida Panthers have signed executive vice president and general manager Dale Tallon to a contract extension. The team announced the move Friday, along with the addition of Tom Rowe as its associate general manager. Rowe had been coach of the team's AHL affiliate in Portland. Tallon was in the last year of his existing deal and an extension had been in...
Via Associated Press
January 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Florida Panthers Draft Analysis

PHILADELPHIA -- With the best player of the NHL draft in hand, the Florida Panthers focused on filling voids through depth. A day after selecting defenseman Aaron Ekblad with the first overall pick, Panthers GM Dale Tallon used four of his next five selections to draft versatile forwards. ''We tried to balance our depth chart,'' Tallon said. ''We did that with center and defense...
Via Fox Sports Florida
June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Panthers select defenseman Aaron Ekblad with first pick in NHL draft

PHILADELPHIA -- Florida Panthers general manager Dale Tallon saved a little drama for the podium. Florida, who fielded offers for the No. 1 selection, chose to hang on to the pick and selected defenseman Aaron Ekblad from Barrie of the Ontario Hockey League. Many scouts considered Ekblad the consensus No. 1 pick despite being ranked second in the final rankings by NHL's Central Scouting...
Via Fox Sports Florida
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Dale Tallon discusses Panthers' draft options

Dale Tallon said he is ''about 70 percent'' sure of who the team will pick if it keeps the No. 1 choice in Friday night's NHL draft, the Florida Panthers general manager told reporters in Philadelphia. But Tallon also admitted that the Panthers have entertained a few offers, including ''one really intriguing'' proposal. ''I like having the first pick,'' Tallon said. ''I don't want...
Via Fox Sports Florida
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Any takers? Panthers mulling options with No. 1 pick in NHL Draft

PHILADELPHIA -- Dale Tallon is on the clock, but he is checking his phone more than his watch. The Florida Panthers general manager enters the NHL draft this weekend in an envious position. In addition to having the No. 1 pick, Tallon has at least $30 million in cap space and the OK from ownership to spend. Tallon has also indicated he is willing to part ways with some of the young...
Via Fox Sports Florida
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Any takers? Panthers mulling options with No. 1 pick

PHILADELPHIA -- Dale Tallon is on the clock, but he is checking his phone more than his watch. The Florida Panthers general manager enters the NHL draft this weekend in an envious position. In addition to having the No. 1 pick, Tallon has at least $30 million in cap space and the OK from ownership to spend. Tallon has also indicated he is willing to part ways with some of the young...
Via Fox Sports Florida
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NHL Draft: Panthers GM Dale Tallon Actively Shopping No. 1 Pick

The Florida Panthers hold the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 NHL Draft, but don’t be surprised if another team opens the draft on June 27. Panthers general manager Dale Tallon said during a radio interview Monday on Sportsnet 590 The Fan that he “definitely will” shop the top pick. “Well, why not?” Tallon said. “I’m looking at everything. I’m open for business. You...
Via NESN.com
May 02, 2014  |  Discuss
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