The past two seasons have brought plenty of strange injuries for Erik Gudbranson.
The Panthers front office was shook up a little Tuesday as assistant general manager Mike Santos was told he wouldnt be returning next season. Later in the evening, the Panthers defeated the Ottawa Senators in a shootout.
Some thought the Florida Panthers would be lucky to get one point off their four-game road trip to the west coast.
Ducks 6, Panthers 2
The Ducks and Panthers are both celebrating their 20th anniversary seasons this year.
Kings 4, Panthers 0
There was no beating Jonathan Quick on Saturday, just like many before it.
The Panthers were huge underdogs coming into Thursdays game against the streaking Coyotes.
Brandon Pirri couldnt find a permanent spot with the Chicago Blackhawks, but he has made himself right at home with the Panthers.
Coyotes 2, Panthers 1
Roberto Luongo finally got his game in Arizona on Thursday night.
Roberto Luongo’s 52 saves and a skillful goal by youngster Brandon Pirri helped the Panthers post a tough win despite being out of the playoff picture.
Panthers 3, Sharks 2
Roberto Luongo won't participate in the upcoming postseason. He sure looked playoff ready Tuesday night.
The Panthers had yet another new face in the lineup Tuesday night with Garrett Wilson the latest to come up from the minors and join the team.
For the final time this season, the Panthers packed their bags Sunday night and boarded their charter for a long road trip.
Canucks 4, Panthers 3 (SO)
Roberto Luongo was on the wrong side of a shootout the previous time Florida played Vancouver back in November.
Surreality and the Panthers started running together when grey Afro-ed original coach Roger Neilson rode his bike to his office in a former bingo parlor. Evidence they still hang together: Roberto Luongo and Sundays game against Vancouver.
Panthers 5, Devils 3
A line that blended the young (center Nick Bjugstad) and desperate veterans (wingers Brad Boyes and Scottie Upshall) took the third period and a 5-3 win for the Panthers Friday night at BB&T Center, ending a three-game losing streak.
Lightning 5, Panthers 4
Tampa Bay had lost five consecutive games, but the Panthers have their own special way of helping others turn things around.
Thursday brings another late-season active learning session for some of the Panthers young, this time in Tampa. These classes, taught by Panthers coach Peter Horachek, assisted by the Panthers veterans with visiting professors wearing the opposing jerseys, fill the March schedules of the NHL underclass.
Coyotes 3, Panthers 1
The Phoenix Coyotes, battling for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference, won for the second consecutive night as they topped the Panthers 3-1 on Tuesday at BB&T Center.
The Panthers are always looking to find bigger and stronger forwards, so it should have been no surprise when Dale Tallon acquired Jimmy Hayes in a November trade.
Bruins 5, Panthers 2
Roberto Luongo did slow down the Bruins, but not even he could stop them from continuing to beat up on the Panthers.
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