Florida Panthers

1st Atlantic | 0-0
  • Goals For
    232 GF
  • Goals Against
    200 GA
  • Power Play %
    16.9 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    79.5 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    849 PIM
  • ProHockeyTalk

    Trade: Leafs acquire prospect Rychel from Columbus

    BUFFALO — Toronto made a late move on Day 2 of the 2016 NHL Draft, acquiring former first-round pick Kerby Rychel from Columbus in exchange for d-man Scott Harrington, and a conditional draft pick. The trade, first reported by TSN, puts an end to Rychel’s oft-contentious stint with the Jackets organization. Despite repeated rumblings that Rychel — the 19th overall pick in 2013 — wanted out of town, GM Jarmo Kekalainen stood firm in the face of the reports, once openly wondering where they came from. Eventually, though, Rychel was shipped out. The son of ex-NHLer Warren Rychel, Kerby is certainly an interesting prospect. A former standout with OHL Windsor, he’s spent most of his professional career

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    There is plenty of reported interest in pending UFA Okposo

    Did you hear? Steven Stamkos is the “big fish” — the most coveted free agent this year, should he go to the open market on Friday. That said, another scoring forward that is garnering plenty of attention, as teams are now allowed to talk to pending unrestricted free agents, is Kyle Okposo, the 28-year-old right winger who has scored at least 20 goals in three of the last five seasons. In the final year of his five-year contract worth $14 million, Okposo scored 22 goals and 64 points this past season for the Islanders. It’s been no secret of late that the Islanders aren’t expected to re-sign Okposo, who is due for a substantial raise in free agency. The Sabres and Panthers would certainly make