Panthers - Islanders slated to begin on August 1 The Florida Panthers will drop the puck on its best-of-five series against New York Islanders on August 1, one of five Qualifying Round series set to open on the first day of the postseason as the NHL returns to play after a long coronavirus-induced slumber.
Before the NHL paused on March 12, the Florida Panthers were in a race to make their first playoff appearance in four years. Their last appearance was in 2015-16 when they finished first in the Atlantic Division but fell in six games to the New York Islanders in the opening round.
Photo by Eliot J. Schechter/NHLI via Getty Images Seven Cats have worn this digit - choose your favorite not named Weiss The number nine has been worn by a total of seven Florida Panthers in franchise history, Its original holder was journeyman forward Jamie Leach and it is now sported by veteran center Brian Boyle.
Photo by Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images Former defenseman will focus on his boutique luxury travel company Chris Pronger is leaving his position as part of the Florida Panthers‘ hockey operations staff to work on his family’s luxury travel company, About Well Inspired Travels, the club announced Wednesday.
Photo by Joel Auerbach/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Cats get little love in playoff field review Sportsnet ranked the 24 teams that will take part in the 2020 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs and the Florida Panthers were near bottom, pulling a 21 ranking, ahead of only the New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks and Montreal Canadiens.
Photo by Mathieu Belanger/Getty Images “Team E” wins the first overall pick in the 2020 NHL Draft One of the eight placeholder spots overcame the odds to capture the first overall pick in the 2020 NHL Draft Lottery last night.
Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images Panthers have a chance (albeit a small one) at the first overall pick Phase 1 of the 2020 NHL Entry Draft Lottery will be conducted tonight at NHL Network’s studio in Secaucus, NJ at 8 p.m.
Photo by Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images Bryan Murray failed to land Jarome Iginla, LBC does not After last re-imagining the Florida Panthers 1994 Entry Draft in Hartford we head north of the border for the 1995 event, held at the Coliseum in Edmonton, Alberta.
Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images Panthers could still wind up with the first overall pick The National Hockey League has announced that Phase 1 of the 2020 NHL Draft Lottery will be conducted at NHL Network’s studio in Secaucus, NJ on Friday, June 26, at 8 p.m.
Photo by Scott Rovak/NHLI via Getty Images A couple of ex-Florida Panthers make the list In of light of yesterday’s Father’s Day holiday, I thought it would be great to look back at some of the NHL’s most recent father and son combinations and rank the top ten pairs with the son still being an active player.
Brian Murray’s first go for the Cats was a good one After re-imagining the Florida Panthers 1993 Entry Draft we move on to the 1994 event, held at the XL Center in a city that is sadly, no longer an NHL outpost, Hartford, CT.
LBC comes up with an alternate haul in Quebec City that starts with Jason Arnott We still have a ways to go until the return of NHL hockey so I thought this might be a fun way to go back and take a look at what might have been for the Florida Panthers had they chosen more wisely during the various Entry Drafts they have participated in.
Pastrnak had a breakout year in 2019-20 before the regular season was ultimately halted and then finished due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 24-year-old recorded a career-high 48 goals and 95 points.