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Jonathan Huberdeau

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  • Preview: Panthers at Flyers; Thursday, 7 p.m.

    Panthers at Flyers When/where: 7 p.m., Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia TV: Fox-Sports-Florida; Radio: WQAM-560 Scouting Report: The Panthers are 2-0-4 on the road and other than the Penguins (3-0-1) are the only team in the NHL to not have a...
  • Panthers' Barkov returns to ice, will face Flyers

    Panthers' Barkov returns to ice, will face Flyers
    It has been a trying three years for Panthers center Aleksander Barkov, who began his NHL career after recovering from offseason shoulder surgery. Last year as an 18-year-old rookie, the Panthers No. 2 pick in the 2013 draft was sailing along as a...
  • Panthers' Huberdeau over flu, expects to play Saturday

    After fighting the flu for the better part of a week, an hour of practice was a welcome elixir for Florida Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau. The Panthers hope his return will provide some medicine for their sagging offense Saturday against Calgary....
  • Rare late collapse propels Flames to 6-4 victory over Panthers

    — The offensively challenged Panthers are certainly not built for wide-open shootout affairs, and they proved that in Saturday's matinee against the surprising Calgary Flames. Perhaps buoyed by a rare, four-goal outburst that had them blow two-...
  • Panthers' road streak ends in 4-1 loss to Flyers

    Panthers' road streak ends in 4-1 loss to Flyers
    — It didn't seem fitting that the Panthers outstanding point streak and road run would turn into road kill in the City of Brotherly Love. However, the Panthers' league-leading defense finally faltered and was unable to overcome its feeble offensive...
  • Panthers' comeback falls short in shootout loss to Islanders

    On a night the fans acknowledged original Panthers president Bill Torrey when he was shown on the overhead scoreboard, it seemed fitting that the resurgent Islanders on the ice resembled the teams he built into a Stanley Cup dynasty in the 1980s....
  • Ducks see no silver lining in 6-2 loss to Panthers

    Well at least the game didn’t go to overtime. That’s probably the best thing that can be said about the Ducks’ embarrassing 6-2 loss to the Florida Panthers on Sunday at Honda Center. Because even after welcoming leading scorer Corey...
  • Panthers join new world of hockey analytics

    Statistics in professional sports can often help coaches and players figure out how, why and when they won or lost the game. Statistical trends could be a players' best friend or worst enemy, causing them to press when slumping or be ridiculed for the...
  • Panthers pull out thrilling 4-3 OT win over Avalanche

    Panthers pull out thrilling 4-3 OT win over Avalanche
    Perhaps the Florida Panthers should never come home. The Panthers, seemingly growing more confident and cohesive during every game on this weird nine-day, four-game road trip, received three goals from the reunited Killer Bs line, but needed an...
  • Roberto Luongo who has owned the Avs will face backup Reto Berra in net

    Roberto Luongo who has owned the Avs will face backup Reto Berra in net
    Berra in net vs. Luongo The Avalance will start backup goalie Reto Berra, who injured his neck last week against the Senators. Starting goalie Seymon Varlymov (groin) is expected back Friday.   The Panthers held an optional morning skate so the...
  • Panthers fall to Capitals in shootout

    WASHINGTON, D.C. For 65 minutes the Panthers much-improved defense, particularly backup goalie Al Montoya, held Capitals stars Alexander Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom off the scoresheet. But in the end the stars shined, each scoring shootout goals to...