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Cats & Coffee: Toronto Comes to Town

by Jameson Olive / @JamesonCoop / FloridaPanthers.com

Good morning and welcome to "Cats & Coffee," a weekly segment, presented by Koffee Kult, in which we serve up an exciting look at what's on deck for your Florida Panthers. Like our friends at Koffee Kult, this forecast serves up only the best -- so sit back, sip and enjoy our latest brew of news, notes and information!

The Florida Panthers are tired of leaving points on the board.

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5 Takeaways: Panthers Close Homestand With SO Loss to Rangers

by Jameson Olive / @JamesonCoop / FloridaPanthers.com

12/8/18 Post Game Interviews

12/8/18 Post Game Interviews

Interviews with Bob Boughner, Aleksander Barkov and Jonathan Huberdeau

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SUNRISE, Fla. - The Florida Panthers got a point but feel they could have had more after fighting back to tie the game three times in a 5-4 shootout loss to the New York Rangers on Saturday night at BB&T Center.

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game recap

Rangers get past Panthers, end three-game slide

Blow two-goal lead, win in shootout

by NHL.com @NHLdotcom

Hayes beats Luongo, ends shootout

NYR@FLA: Hayes tucks away game-winner in shootout

Kevin Hayes dekes before tucking the puck past Roberto Luongo's outstretched pad to seal the win for the Rangers in the shootout

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The New York Rangers ended a three-game losing streak with a 5-4 shootout win against the Florida Panthers at BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida, on Saturday.

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Barkov's Faceoffs a Big Part of Panthers Strong Power Play

by Jameson Olive / @JamesonCoop / FloridaPanthers.com

SUNRISE, Fla. - There's no shortage of praise to be passed around the Florida Panthers power play.

With a 1-for-5 night against the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday, Florida's man advantage finished with at least one goal for the 17th time in its last 18 contests. In that span, they've converted on 23 of 68 (33.8 percent) of their opportunities, climbing all the way from 24th to fifth in the NHL at 26.9 percent overall.

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game preview

Rangers at Panthers preview

New York looks to sweep season series as Namestnikov returns; Malgin back in Florida lineup

by Alain Poupart / NHL.com Correspondent

RANGERS (13-12-3) at PANTHERS (11-11-5)

7 p.m. ET; FS-F, MSG 2, NHL.TV

 

The Game

The New York Rangers will look to end a three-game losing streak (0-2-1) when they face the Florida Panthers at BB&T Center on Saturday.

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Future Hall of Fame Goaltenders Meet as Panthers Host Rangers

by Jameson Olive / @JamesonCoop / FloridaPanthers.com

12/8/18 Morning Skate

12/8/18 Morning Skate

Interviews with Bob Boughner, Colton Sceviour and Troy Brouwer

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SUNRISE, Fla. - In a battle between two goaltenders destined for the Hall of Fame, Roberto Luongo and Henrik Lundqvist will meet on Saturday night when the Florida Panthers close out their season-long, eight-game homestand against the New York Rangers at BB&T Center.

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Rats Roundup: Homestand Ends, Huby's a Star

by Peter Rossi / FloridaPanthers.com

Good morning and welcome to the latest edition of Rats Roundup!

Pucks and Pints Beerfest is here, Vinny Trocheck is on the road to recovery and more! Sit back, relax and catch up on all the latest Panthers news!

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5 Takeaways: 3rd-Period Lapse Costs Panthers in Loss to Avalanche

by Jameson Olive / @JamesonCoop / FloridaPanthers.com

12/6/18 Post Game Interviews

12/6/18 Post Game Interviews

Interviews with Bob Boughner, Roberto Luongo and Aaron Ekblad

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SUNRISE, Fla. - A brief lapse of less than a minute in the third period proved costly to the Florida Panthers in a 5-2 loss to the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday night at BB&T Center.

In a battle between two of the league's top offenses, the Panthers and Avalanche traded goals during a back-and-forth first 40 minutes, with Colton Sceviour and Aaron Ekblad each lighting the lamp for Florida. The game was tight, with each team taking turns holding the momentum.

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Rantanen extends point streak to 10 in Avalanche win against Panthers

Soderberg gets two goals for Colorado, which scores twice in 44 seconds in third period

by Alain Poupart / NHL.com Correspondent

Rantanen scores on deflection

COL@FLA: Rantanen redirects shot past Luongo

Mikko Rantanen redirects Patrik Nemeth's shot past Roberto Luongo to give the Avalanche a 1-0 lead and extend his point streak to 10 games

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SUNRISE, Fla. -- J.T. Compher scored the go-ahead goal in the third period, and Mikko Rantanen extended his point streak to 10 games for the Colorado Avalanche in a 5-2 win against the Florida Panthers at BB&T Center on Thursday.

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Tales from the Press Box: Looking Back at the Rat Craze

by Brian Biggane @bbiggane / FloridaPanthers.com

Throughout our 25th Anniversary season, we look back at some greatest highlights of Florida Panthers history remembered by the reporters who experienced it firsthand. First up: Brian Biggane, who covered the team for over a decade for the Palm Beach Post.

The media availability following the Panthers' practice between Games 1 and 2 of the 1996 Stanley Cup Final in Denver was winding down when a reporter approached Scott Mellanby with a request he had heard roughly 999 times over the previous eight months.

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