Florida Panthers

6th Atlantic | 1-2
  • Goals For
    232 GF
  • Goals Against
    200 GA
  • Power Play %
    16.9 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    79.5 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    849 PIM
  • Shaw (boarding) to have hearing after getting tossed in Habs debut
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    Shaw (boarding) to have hearing after getting tossed in Habs debut

    Didn’t take long for Andrew Shaw to do Andrew Shaw things in Montreal. The noted agitator, acquired from Chicago at the draft, will have the NHL’s first disciplinary hearing of the season on Thursday — today, the Department of Player Safety announced that Shaw will be called to the carpet after getting tossed for boarding Washington’s Connor Hobbs last night. Shaw was quickly challenged by Caps forward Nathan Walker following the hit, and the two squared off. Shaw was then given a five-minute boarding major, a major for fighting, a misconduct and a game misconduct. All told, 30 PIM. This won’t be Shaw’s first visit with the DoPS. Far from it. He was suspended for making a homophobic slur during

  • Report: Coyotes’ Rieder is considering KHL, among other options
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    Report: Coyotes’ Rieder is considering KHL, among other options

    Arizona Coyotes forward Tobias Rieder has a big decision to make. The 23-year-old restricted free agent has been embroiled in contentious contract negotiations for much of the offseason, and now he’s reportedly considering his options. According to TSN’s Bob McKenzie, those options include taking the Coyotes offer, requesting a trade, signing in the KHL, or sitting out. Rieder had 14 goals and 23 assists in 82 games last season for Arizona. Born in Germany, he’s currently representing Team Europe in the World Cup final against Canada. Rieder’s agent, Darren Ferris, has said his client won’t attend Coyotes training camp after the World Cup is over — unless, of course, a deal is struck. “We’ve

  • Report: Players still undecided on how to split World Cup profits
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    Report: Players still undecided on how to split World Cup profits

    You’d think the NHLPA would’ve already decided how to split its share of World Cup profits among its membership. But according to a report by TSN’s Rick Westhead, you’d be wrong: While the accounting on the World Cup probably won’t be finished for several months – meaning the NHLPA doesn’t yet know exactly how much money there will be to split between its members – NHLPA staff and players discussed the concept of 50 per cent of the union’s share of profits being split between players in the World Cup, with the other 50 per cent being split by NHL players not in the event. … During a meeting with NHLPA divisional player representative Joe Reekie, some players on Team Russia said all World Cup