Last winter wasn’t very good for the Florida Panthers. This summer, however, has gone largely according to their plan.
The Panthers crossed another item off their offseason to-do list on Friday, signing defenseman Dmitry Kulikov to a three-year deal. Financial details weren’t released. TSN reported the contract will pay the former first-round pick $13 million over those three...
Last winter wasn't very good for the Florida Panthers.
This summer, however, has gone largely according to their plan.
The Panthers crossed another item off their offseason to-do list on Friday, signing defenseman Dmitry Kulikov to a three-year deal. Financial details weren't released. TSN reported the contract will pay the former first-round pick $13 million over those three...
The Florida Panthers are a lot of things, loaded with young and exciting defensemen is actually one of them.from the miami heraldPer the venerable Bob McKenzie of TSN,Florida and Dmitry Kulikov agree to terms on a 3-year, $13M deal, per @TSNBobMcKenzie #TSN #NHL— TSN Hockey (@TSNHockey) July 18, 2014That's a pretty sweet deal for both sides. The 23 year old blue liner will...
The Florida Panthers have re-signed defenceman Dmitry Kulikov to a three-year deal worth a total of $13 million.
Kulikov's new deal carries an average annual value of $4.33 million.
The 23-year old Russian scored eight goals and added 11 assists in 81 games with the Panthers in 2013-14.
With the trade deadline approaching, Dmitry Kulikov says he has heard his name mentioned as a possible candidate to leave the Panthers.
A first-round pick in 2009, Kulikov has spent his entire NHL career in Florida and says he doesn't want to go anywhere.
Those rumors about him wanting to go back to play in his native Russia? Kulikov says not only are they not true, but he...
Dmitry Kulikov of the Florida Panthers is aggressively being shopped to the highest bidding NHL team. The Panthers sit at 14th in the Eastern Conference and GM Dale Tallon has promised bold moves to his hockey club.
The 23 year old Russian is projected to be a top pairing offensive defenceman. In 30 games this season, he has 4 points and is a minus 10. Kulikov has a cap hit of $2.5 million and
It's hard to believe that Panthers defenseman Dmitry Kulikov is in his fifth NHL season and recently turned 23 years old.
While Kulikov still flashes unlimited potential with his skating prowess and offensive skills, he also continues to madden coaches with his immature, egregious defensive-zone turnovers.
After two injury-plagued seasons, there seems little reason for Kulikov...
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...
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) -- Dmitry Kulikov scored a power-play goal 10:46 into the third period to lift the Florida Panthers to a 2-1 victory over Ottawa on Sunday night that sent the Senators to their fourth straight loss.
Kulikov's wrist shot from top of the left circle beat Craig Anderson while Sergei Gonchar was serving a holding penalty.
Scott Clemmensen had 40 saves and Marcel...
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Having already agreed to terms with veteran winger Alex Kovalev, the Florida Panthers announced Friday they had bolstered their defense by resigning a young player.
The team reached a two-year deal with 22-year-old defenseman Dmitry Kulikov, who has played his entire NHL career with the Panthers.
Dmitry is a young, talented and hardworking defenseman who continues to develop, general...