Team Snapshot
Goals For / Game 3.22 9th
Goals Against / Game 3.33 28th
Power Play % 26.8 2nd
Penalty Kill % 81.3 10th
2018-19 Atlantic Division Standings
Team W L OTL PTS
Tampa Bay 62 16 4 128
Boston 49 24 9 107
Toronto 46 28 8 100
Montreal 44 30 8 96
Florida 36 32 14 86
Buffalo 33 39 10 76
Detroit 32 40 10 74
Ottawa 29 47 6 64

Florida Panthers News

  • RT @NHL: Huby-duby-doo, we've got some @JonnyHuby11 top plays for you! (Jonathan Huberdeau) https://t.co/Zu1Dkq8hM0

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  • Build your perfect plan with the #FlaPanthers all-new Flex Plans! Learn More https://t.co/oGC6E99zeQ https://t.co/oTKUUmQyoX

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  • Fansided: Florida Panthers Need Scoring Balance Throughout 2019-20

    One particular area that has really limited the Florida Panthers over the years is the lack of scoring depth they have received from all four lines.

    Last season, the Panthers ranked ninth in goals per game with 3.22 goals, according to NHL.com. Their success in the offensive department comes in thanks to their first line of Jonathan Huberdeau, Aleksander Barkov, and Evgenii Dadonov, who did the unquestionable amount of scoring last year.

    The Panthers' top line seems to never let the team down. Over the last few years especially, they have always done their part to ensure that enough offense is being created from a first-line standpoint.

    One particular area that has really limited the Florida Panthers over the years is the lack of scoring depth they have received from all four lines.

    Last season, the Panthers ranked ninth in goals per game with 3.22 goals, according to NHL.com. Their success in the offensive department comes in thanks to their first line of Jonathan Huberdeau, Aleksander Barkov, and Evgenii Dadonov, who did the unquestionable amount of scoring last year.

    The Panthers' top line seems to never let the team down. Over the last few years especially, they have always done their part to ensure that enough offense is being created from a first-line standpoint.

  • Discovering the magic of hockey through reading @Ekblad5FLA Shares a story with @BrowardLibrary. https://t.co/K2kKboiMTM

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  • RT @NHLNetwork: What will Joel Quenneville bring to the @FlaPanthers?Accountability. #NHLTonight https://t.co/CflbUukRmg

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  • Hockey Hall of Famer Denis Potvin Announces Retirement from Broadcasting. Read https://t.co/bBGyPaixEX https://t.co/jyBLEIKASy

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  • RT @NCAAIceHockey: For #TBT, we feature this beauty from @punanen5.#wow https://t.co/mz90AJTPJp

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  • .@ChariotsL and the Palm Beach Tiger Sharks hosted a free sled hockey clinic at @PBSkateZone. https://t.co/0jYLZzIppR

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  • #FlaPanthers have agreed to terms with Sam Montembeault on 1-Year, 2-Way Contract. More https://t.co/7ztschdcYm https://t.co/L540XGL9nJ

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  • Fansided: Florida Panthers: Sam Montembeault Will Serve an Important Role as the Backup Netminder

    Just recently, Sam Montembeault accepted his qualifying offer, which will keep him in South Florida for another season at $708K.

    For the Florida Panthers, this gives them another year to decide if they want to move forward with Montembeault as the backup.

    Given the recent arrival of Sergei Bobrovsky as the team's new No.1 stopper and the latest first-round selection in Spencer Knight, the crease will primarily be occupied as someone not named Sam Montembeault.

    Now, this doesn't mean that Montembeault doesn't have a future with the Panthers for the foreseeable future; however, it does mean that his chances of becoming the future starter are very slim and it's almost guaranteed at this point that he will have to play as the second fiddle.

    Just recently, Sam Montembeault accepted his qualifying offer, which will keep him in South Florida for another season at $708K.

    For the Florida Panthers, this gives them another year to decide if they want to move forward with Montembeault as the backup.

    Given the recent arrival of Sergei Bobrovsky as the team's new No.1 stopper and the latest first-round selection in Spencer Knight, the crease will primarily be occupied as someone not named Sam Montembeault.

    Now, this doesn't mean that Montembeault doesn't have a future with the Panthers for the foreseeable future; however, it does mean that his chances of becoming the future starter are very slim and it's almost guaranteed at this point that he will have to play as the second fiddle.

  • RT @FlaPanthers: AVAILABLE NOW Make plans to catch #FlaPanthers hockey this season https://t.co/OHxPZHDQXT https://t.co/A3Wc5ISYV8

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  • AVAILABLE NOW Make plans to catch #FlaPanthers hockey this season https://t.co/OHxPZHDQXT https://t.co/A3Wc5ISYV8

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  • Join Panthers Territory for the 2019-20 season! https://t.co/JT0uOU2E7Z https://t.co/FV2j4EWj7G

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  • .@Miamilighthouse students participated in a special sensory experience and hockey clinic @TheBBTCenter. https://t.co/VWGSuQRDdi

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  • .@JayceHawryluk lent a hand at @PanthersIceDen Summer Hockey Camp.More https://t.co/sMutMMynzZ https://t.co/PZxF8OKwIe

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