After a disappointing season, Florida Panthers fans are full of, “what-ifs.” What if Trocheck wasn’t injured? What if Luongo had stood on his head a little more? What if Boughner was fired earlier? These questions are natural to Panthers fans when grieving year after year about this team and even more so now with expectations … Continue reading What if?: Testing Florida’s 2018-19 Season Through the Lens of NHL 19
Welcome to the 1st version of my 2019 NHL Mock Draft. We will look at the first 15 picks. Following the Playoffs, we will do a final version including all 31 picks in the 1st round. Part 1 of Version 1 will be the first 6 picks and Part 2 will be the next 9 … Continue reading 2019 NHL Mock Draft V1, Part 1
This completely slipped my mind to let you all vote plus I've been grounded of late so I just decided to do this myself. Pavel Bure Award Most goals in the season Winner: Mike Hoffman Viktor Kozlov Award Most assists in the season Winner: Jonathan Huberdeau Olli Jokinen Award Most points in the … Continue reading Panthers Awards 2019
So here we are once again at the end of another season of Panthers hockey. At the beginning there was nothing but optimism for the team who just a season ago was 1 point away from making the playoffs and so we all thought the Panthers would be able to build off of that and … Continue reading Florida Panthers…What’s Next?
The Florida Panthers relieved Bob Boughner of his duties this morning. Boughner was 80-62-22 in his 2 years with the Panthers. Despite a hot finish to the 2017-18 campaign, a disastrous 2018-19 campaign doomed Boughner. The Panthers also relived Paul McFarland of his duties and Jack Capuano's contract expries. Joel Quenneville is the front runner.
Let's look at how I see the Panthers stacking up for 2019-20 if they make the right moves. 2019-20 RESIGNED PLAYERS -Panthers resign D Mackenzie Weegar to a 3 year $2,733,333 deal - Panthers resign F Troy Brouwer, F Jayce Hawryluk, F Denis Malgin and F Dryden Hunt to 1 year $925,000 deals -Panthers resign … Continue reading Florida Panthers Projected Future
For the past few years, I've been noticing a trend with the Florida Panthers. Whenever the expectations are high, the team falters. Two prime examples are 2016-17 and 2018-19. Now the 2016-17 failure can be blamed on a variety of things. You can say that the Jonathan Huberdeau injury or the offseason moves or the … Continue reading Expectations are a Death Sentence