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Pavel Datsyuk is ready to return from a seven-game absence when his Detroit Red Wings aim for revenge in Tuesday's road battle against the Florida Panthers. More News Datsyuk missed the last seven tilts with a concussion sustained in a loss against
It seems like yesterday that the Panthers ' top line of Kris Versteeg , Stephen Weiss and Tomas Fleischmann were arguably the most productive trio in the NHL en route to their first playoff berth in a record 10 seasons. Well, that was two seasons ago
25 p.m. , updated December 9, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. A Florida panther, rescued as a kitten,released back into the wild in the Florida Everglades, Wednesday, April 3, 2013, runs away from its game officials and photographers. Florida Fish and Wildlife
Richardson, Larry Richardson / Special to the Eagle To see Florida panthers up close and personal, visit the Naples Zoo on March 15th for its annual Save the Panther Day (Www.napleszoo.com)...Fish and Wildlife biologist, Larry Richardson and other
The Chicago Blackhawks will try to halt their longest losing streak of the season when they host the Florida Panthers in Sunday's battle at United Center. The Blackhawks have lost three straight, going 0-2-1 during a slide that comes directly on the
Jonathan Huberdeau's goal early in the third period broke a tie and the Florida Panthers beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 on Saturday night. Carlos Osorio AP Photo Florida Panthers goalie Tim Thomas (34) deflects a shot on goal by Detroit Red Wings
There are no hard feelings between Kris Versteeg and the Florida Panthers. In fact, if anything Panthers general manager Dale Tallon did Versteeg a favor when he traded the veteran forward back to the Blackhawks on Nov. 14 in exchange for winger
The Winnipeg Jets will try to pick up another win on what has so far been a successful road trip when they visit the sliding Florida Panthers for Thursday's clash at the BB&T Center. More News The Jets were mired in a four-game losing streak before
For the first 10 minutes all looked right in the Panthers' world. Two rare power-play goals and an even rarer two-goal lead in the first period against a division opponent with an equally porous defense who was also on a two-game losing streak.
Colin Greening scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period and Craig Anderson stopped 30 shots, leading the Ottawa Senators over the Florida Panthers 4-2 on Tuesday night. Bobby Ryan , Erik Condra and Joe Corvo also scored for the Senators.