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  • Jagr, Ellis lead Panthers to clutch win over Senators

    Jagr, Ellis lead Panthers to clutch win over Senators
    In their most important game of the season, the Florida Panthers found themselves without their most important player. Goalie Roberto Luongo had hoped to play both games vital to the Panthers' playoff hopes this weekend, but in Saturday's game at...
  • Preview: Panthers at Senators, 5 p.m., Sunday

    Preview: Panthers at Senators, 5 p.m., Sunday
    Panthers at Senators When/where: 5 p.m., Canadian Tire Center, Ottawa TV: FSF; Radio: 560-AM. Scouting report: The Panthers play a crucial game to their playoff hopes on the second night of a back-to-back weekend set in Canada. The Senators have...
  • Panthers' Huberdeau excels under Jagr's wing

    Panthers' Huberdeau excels under Jagr's wing
    The old confidence was already starting to come back. Then the old master arrived to show the path to prosperity and longevity in the NHL. The combination has Jonathan Huberdeau back on the career arc foretold by his Calder Trophy winning debut in the...
  • Preview: Panthers at Canadiens, 7 p.m., Saturday

    Panthers at Canadiens When/where: 7 p.m., Bell Center, Monteal TV: FSF; Radio: 560-AM. Scouting report: The Canadiens have reached 100 points for the second consecutive season and are battling for the Presidents' Trophy for the best record in the...
  • Panthers' second-period surge buries Maple Leafs

    Panthers' second-period surge buries Maple Leafs
    The Florida Panthers have taken their long-shot pursuit of a place in the playoffs to the cradle of hockey. Their aim to endure a rapid-fire four-city Northern tour in six days passed the first hurdle Tuesday with a 4-1 victory over the hapless Maple...
  • Panthers seek defining moment in playoff race

    Panthers seek defining moment in playoff race
    For Florida Panthers captain Willie Mitchell, this pursuit of a place in the playoffs is all about defining moments that will make or break the season-long objective. The decisive chapter may be written in the next four days on this three-game swing...
  • Panthers playoff hopes grow dim after 4-3 loss to Lightning

    Panthers playoff hopes grow dim after 4-3 loss to Lightning
    Panthers General Manager Dale Tallon sat dejectedly with his head down on an exercise bicycle in the hallway outside a somber locker room. The pedals weren't move; the bicycle was stationary, similar to the Panthers' status in the standings after a...
  • Panthers must excel on road to stay in playoff race

    Panthers must excel on road to stay in playoff race
    The Florida Panthers' version of March Madness has one thing in common with the popular hardwood event that captivates widespread attention this month: The hopes built on a full season of work can come crashing down with an ill-timed misstep. That's...
  • Bjugstad out; Trocheck in for Lightning game

    Bjugstad out; Trocheck in for Lightning game
    The Panthers will take on the host Lightning tonight without the services of one of their leading scorer, Nick Bjugstad, who remained in South Florida for further reevaluation of a lower body injury that has bothered him for nearly a month. Bjugstad...
  • Hyde: Panthers staying alive

    Hyde: Panthers staying alive
    SUNRISE — Big night. Big game. That's all you heard from the parking lot, through the entrance to BB&T Center, to the elevator, where Panthers General Manager Dale Tallon entered after a pregame stop in the locker room. "Gonna be a helluva game,''...
  • Pirri nets game-winner in shootout victory over Bruins

    Pirri nets game-winner in shootout victory over Bruins
    NHL icon Jaromir Jagr called Saturday's showdown with the Bruins " a Game 7.'' Former Bruins enforcer Shawn Thornton said it was more like a Game 5 in a playoff series that the Panthers were trailing 3-1. Clearly, it was the most relevant Panthers' game...