The Florida Panthers enter next season with somewhat of a question mark at defense. While their top-two defensemen are set with Aaron Ekblad and MacKenzie Weegar, there’s not much else that stands out past that.
47-man roster gets started at FLA Live Arena this morning The Florida Panthers will kick off training camp for its 28th season of play with a 47-man roster consisting of 27 forwards, 15 defensemen and five goaltenders.
Kiddie Cats leave Wesley Chapel with a 1-2 record Logan Hutsko scored twice, but it wasn’t enough as the shorthanded Florida Panthers development camp crew fell to the Tampa Bay Lightning 8-5 in the Prospects Showcase Tournament finale in Wesley Chapel, FL.
Cats bounce back after lackluster performance on Saturday After a rough final forty minutes against the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday, the Florida Panthers development camp crew bounced back by spanking the Nashville Predators by an 8-5 count at AdventHealth Center Ice in Wesley Chapel, FL.
With the Florida Panthers set to take part in the Prospect Showcase Tournament in Wesley Chapel, Florida, from Sept. 18-21, there will be a few players on hand who could make their NHL debuts with the Panthers in the upcoming 2021-22 season.
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Until recently, it seems that most professional sports players – regardless of the sport – “sported” short hair. That is, except for hockey players. Somehow, hockey players since – perhaps the late 1970s – have worn long locks.
The Florida Panthers signed two new players this summer that will play a key role in reaching their ultimate goal – the Stanley Cup. Newly acquired forwards Sam Reinhart and Joe Thornton are both excited about what this team will do next season.