Cats begin prep for 29th season in the NHL The Presidents’ Trophy-winning Florida Panthers open training camp for the 2022-23 season, its 29th in the NHL, this morning at Panthers IceDen in Coral Springs.
The Florida Panthers enter the 2022-23 season after arguably one of their craziest offseasons in franchise history. From trading away Jonathan Huberdeau and MacKenzie Weegar for Matthew Tkachuk, to replacing their Jack Adams finalist in Andrew Brunette, it was a doozy for the team, fans, players and journalists alike.
In a great trade, both teams find a way to capitalize, whether it’s in the present or down the road. In late August 2019, the Windsor Spitfires and Hamilton Bulldogs hooked up on an Ontario Hockey League (OHL) deal involving budding defenceman Nathan Staios.
Cats close Prospect Showcase today against Nashville The Florida Panthers rookie camp roster skated to a 4-1 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 2 of the Invisalign Prospect Showcase in North Carolina.
The 2023 NHL All-Star game is scheduled to take place in Florida, and the league is really thinking outside the box in terms of how it is going to mix in some local flare for the weekend's festivities.
2020 fourth-rounder ready to embark on professional career Selected ten slots (105th overall) after the Florida Panthers made Mike Benning the first defenseman selected in the Bill Zito era, Zach Uens quickly become the second when the Cats grabbed him in the fourth round of the 2020 NHL Entry Draft.
Pioneer defenseman ups his game and wins national championship Selected in the fourth round (95th overall) of the 2020 NHL Entry Draft by the Florida Panthers, Canadian-born defenseman Mike Benning enjoyed a moderately successful freshman turn before turning it on in his second season with the NCAA’s Denver Pioneers.
Cats will face Hurricanes, Lightning and Predators in North Carolina Florida Panthers have announced the club’s roster for the Carolina Hurricanes-hosted Prospect Showcase in Morrisville and Raleigh, North Carolina from September 16-19.
It was assumed Joe Thornton wouldn’t be returning to the Florida Panthers this season. Getting into only 34 games — the fewest of his 24 NHL seasons — and scoring only five goals with 10 points, when he was made a healthy scratch during most of the playoffs, it was clear he wasn’t likely going to be a priority for their organization in 2022-23.