On Oct. 6, the Florida Panthers had the 12th overall selection in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. General manager Bill Zito and his team used that pick to select a forward from the top professional league in Finland, Liiga.
In June 2016, defenseman Keith Yandle was traded from the New York Rangers to the Florida Panthers. In exchange, the Rangers received a 2016 sixth-round draft pick and a 2017 fourth-round pick after signing a new deal with the Panthers.
After upping his offensive game in Europe, Finn earns new deal with Cats The Florida Panthers announced today that they have signed forward Juho Lammikko, who was on the club’s reserve list, to a one-year, two-way contract.
Cats parked some prospects there last season, relationship now becomes official The Florida Panthers announced today that the club has entered into a multi-year affiliation agreement with the Greenville Swamp Rabbits of the ECHL.
Part of creating a team that can win both in the regular season and in the playoffs requires not only the skill to find talent, but also the ability to navigate the salary cap and manage player contracts.
A Florida Panthers’ recent first-round pick registers a record-breaking night in the Finnish Liiga. The Nashville Predators’ top selection from the 2020 NHL Entry Draft is off to an impressive start to the 2020-21 KHL season and a New Jersey Devils third-round pick signs a professional contract in Germany.
Last night news broke that the NHLPA was being asked to renegotiate the CBA for the 2020-2021 season. The rumor circulating was that the NHL was hinting at a possible cancellation of the season if they did not.
Brett Peterson, who was vice president in charge of hockey for a sports marketing and talent management company, has been hired by the Florida Panthers and is believed to be the first Black assistant GM in NHL history.
Perhaps it took a little longer than expected, and there was talk the team might actually entertain a trade, but nothing overwhelmed the organization enough to make a move so the Florida Panthers signed MacKenzie Weegar on Friday.
Hoffman is the market's top remaining left-shot left winger. He's tallied 22-plus goals in each of his six full NHL seasons. If the Bruins were to land him, he'd likely slot in on the second line alongside David Krejci.