Panthers to Watch: Jason Garrison

Jason Garrison slapper

Jason Garrison is off to quite the start for the Florida Panthers. Fourteen games into his third NHL season, the undrafted college free agent has already tied last year’s goal total. His five goals are the second most by NHL defenseman and tie him with three others for the team lead. The twenty six year […]

Posted by Michael Remis in Florida Panthers on November 10, 2011

A couple more previews over at Puck Prospectus

This past weekend, I finished my third and fourth team previews over at Puck Prospectus.  I have been covering the Southeast Division, and this weekend I reviewed the chances of both the Florida Panthers and Carolina Hurricanes when it comes to 2009/10. Here is an excerpt from my Panthers preview: It was not exactly a storybook summer […]

Posted by Richard Pollock in Carolina Hurricanes,Columns,Florida Panthers,Puck Prospectus Column on September 21, 2009

Florida Panthers 2009-10 Season Preview

The Florida Panthers actually only missed the playoffs by one point last season, but the fact remains that the last time the Panthers made the playoffs, Pavel Bure led the team in scoring and Robert Svehla was the backbone on defense.  Needless to say, Panther fans in Sunrise, Florida are getting restless.  Aside from the […]

Posted by Neil in Florida Panthers,Season Previews on September 13, 2009

Who could be the next Panthers GM?

From Litter Box Cats: Sexton is an automatic candidate due to his knowledge of the club at present and the needs of the scouting staff along with attention that must be paid to the affiliates in Rochester and Estero (Everblades). No names have been publicly mentioned by the team from outside of the organization, but one intriguing […]

Posted by Richard Pollock in Florida Panthers on June 1, 2009

On the Beat: Pens down 2-0 but not same as last year and Jacques Martin reaction

Stanley Cup Final Deadline deals from the past two seasons have helped the two Cup finalists, writes Dan Wood.  Good points by Wood.  These deals weren’t “major” but added the necessary ingredients to already established teams. The Wings may be up 2-0, but the stats have not been tilted in Detroit’s favor as much as […]

Posted by Richard Pollock in Atlanta Thrashers,Dallas Stars,Detroit Red Wings,Florida Panthers,Montreal Canadiens,On the Beat,Pittsburgh Penguins on June 1, 2009

Martin on way out of Florida and to Montreal?

From Sportsnet (Hat tip to Eric McErlain): Sportsnet has learned Jacques Martin has been negotiating a potential buy-out with the Florida Panthers and that the Montreal Canadiens are very interested in hiring him as their next head coach. Sources say Martin has multiple years left on his contract, but is willing to leave some money on the table […]

Posted by Richard Pollock in Florida Panthers,Montreal Canadiens on June 1, 2009