Welcome to part 5 of my means to be successful next year series. My past four installments are easily accessible since I have not done any posts in between them. Today our focus is on Evengy Dadonov, Jason Demers and Alex Petrovic. Evengy Dadonov (Winger) Role: Top 6 Forward Stats from Last Year: St Petersburg … Continue reading Means to be successful next year part 5
Welcome to Part 4 of my Means to Be Successful series. If you have been living under a rock for the past few weeks and you haven't read my previous articles in this series (lol), please go to my homepage and scroll down for the other parts. Don't worry, I haven't done anything else in … Continue reading Means to Be Successful Next Year Part 4
Welcome to the third part of The Puck Under the Sun's Means to Be Successful Next Year series. I have done parts 1 and 2. The six part series includes a look at 17 players who will be on the team next year and what they need to do in order to have a successful … Continue reading Means To Be Successful Next Year Part 3
In my new Means to Be Successful series I will look at 17 players who undoubtedly will be on the Panthers opening night roster and what they need to do to have a successful season. The order I did it is completely random. Let’s get started with Part 2. Part 1 is down below: … Continue reading Means to Be Successful Next Year Part 2
In my new Means to Be Successful series I will look at 17 players who undoubtedly will be on the Panthers opening night roster and what they need to do to have a successful season. The order I did it is completely random. Let's get started. Vincent Trocheck (Center) Photo Credit to: http://www.hockeyworldblog.com/2016/03/14/mar-14-nhl-three-stars-what-are-they-using/ Role: 2nd … Continue reading Means to Be Successful Next Year Part 1
Jayce Hawryluk has been among the top prospects for the Florida Panthers in the past couple years. The former 32nd overall pick posted 26 points in 47 games for the Thunderbirds last year. But why trade him? While Hawryluk is good at putting up points, he is in the box too much. Other reasons include … Continue reading Florida Panthers should trade Jayce Hawryluk
I read an old post from The Rat Trick about where the 2010-11 Florida Panthers were now. I decided to do a 2011-12 Where are the Panthers now. This is the 2011-12 Florida Panthers Opening Night Roster from October 8, 2011. This team won the southeast division and broke the longest playoff-less streak in NHL … Continue reading Where are the 2011-12 Panthers now?