The Panthers side of the press box in Toronto on Thursday night had a little bit of star power going for it.
Maple Leafs 6, Panthers 3
Scott Clemmensen has had some great games at Torontos Air Canada Centre, but Thursdays sure wasnt one of them.
When asked what he thought about seeing his name at the top of his teams list of scorers, defenseman Tom Gilbert laughed.
Bruins 6, Panthers 2
Florida Panthers goalie Tim Thomas, playing in TD Garden for the first time since leaving the Bruins at the end of the 2011-12 season, really seemed to want to beat his old teammates. Only it appeared the Bruins wanted to beat him more.
Although he didn’t play, Tim Thomas received a tribute in Boston in November. He will face his former team Tuesday.
Panthers 5, Red Wings 4 (SO)
Things didnt look good for the Panthers on Sunday. Not down two goals in a hostile building, not late in the third period.
Scottie Upshall has been doing the professional hockey thing in the NHL or AHL for a decade. Though there’s the same number of points available in this road trip through Detroit, Boston, Toronto and Columbus as there would be in any four-game road trip, Upshall sees an extra importance in games 52, 53, 54 and 55.
The Panthers lacked enough energy in the first two periods, and a surge in the final period couldn’t overcome a 3-0 hole.
The fine collection of young NHL talent displayed by the Panthers and Colorado on Friday at the BB&T Center likely wont include Panthers rookie center and leading scorer Aleksander Barkov.
Defenseman Ed Jovanovski, who has returned from serious hip surgery, is making key contributions on the ice and off.
Panthers 4, Sabres 3
The Panthers, helped by Tim Thomas sharp goaltending, withstood an extended power play in the third period to beat the Sabres.
Panthers 5, Penguins 1
The Panthers won in Pittsburgh for the first time in more than five years and ended the Penguins’ team-record win streak at 13.
Sloppy play and having a number of top players not scoring goals is a bad combination.
Hurricanes 3, Panthers 2
The Panthers continued to come up empty with the man advantage, going 0 for 5 on power plays in a loss to the Hurricanes.
Tom Gilbert has flown under the radar for most of his time in Florida.
Sharks 3, Panthers 0
The Panthers continued to search for their scoring punch and lost to an inspired Sharks team. We werent happy that they came and took it to us, goalie Tim Thomas said.
Jonathan Huberdeau hopes to shake a sophomore skid with playing time Thursday against the Sharks.
Aleksander Barkov scored 32 seconds into the game, the Panthers added two more goals in the first period and Tim Thomas protected the lead.
Florida Panthers notebook
Scottie Upshall hasnt had the best of luck lately.
The Panthers have gone 14-12-3 under interim coach Peter Horachek, but there has been no determination whether he will return next season.
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