Frank Vatrano

Frank Vatrano

#77LW,
G
18
A
8
Pts
26
+/-
8
PPP
4
SOG
158
Bio
Height/Weight: 5' 11"/197 lbs
Born: East Longmeadow, Massachusetts
Draft: Undrafted
Shoots: L
  • Sunday Caterwaul: Florida Panthers Offseason Open Forum
    Litter Box Cats

    Sunday Caterwaul: Florida Panthers Offseason Open Forum

    Greg Meireles, an unsigned Panthers sixth round draft choice from 2019, powered the Swamp Rabbits offense with a goal and two assists, and registered a game-high six shots on goal. Alec Rauhauser had three shots on goal and finished the tilt with a -1 rating. Benjamin Finkelstein drew the primary assist on Meireles’ goal, which turned out to be the series-winner, 6:14 into the third period.

  • Caufield, college stars add 'young energy' to NHL playoffs
    Associated Press

    Caufield, college stars add 'young energy' to NHL playoffs

    When the Montreal Canadiens were one goal away from being eliminated in the first round, and then again when they were one goal away from reaching the Stanley Cup semifinals, Cole Caufield set up the overtime winner each time. Caufield was dominating college hockey just two months earlier and suddenly at age 20 had become a key player for the NHL's most storied franchise. Along with Colorado forwards Alex Newhook and Sampo Ranta, and Florida goaltender Spencer Knight, Caufield's success jumping right into the playoffs fresh off playing a full college season could inspire more teams to infuse fresh blood into their lineups at the most intense time of year.

  • Florida Panthers head coach Joel Quenneville a Jack Adams Award finalist
    Litter Box Cats

    Florida Panthers head coach Joel Quenneville a Jack Adams Award finalist

    The National Hockey League announced today that Florida Panthers bench boss Joel Quenneville has been named a finalist for the 2020-21 Jack Adams Award presented annually ‘to the coach adjudged to have contributed the most to his team’s success. Carolina’s Rod Brind’Amour and Minnesota’s Dean Evason are the other finalists. Quenneville completed his second season as head coach of the Cats with a 37-14-5 record and .