The Panthers signed Alex Petrovic to 1-year contract extension on Saturday while Sebastian Repo joined the organization on a 3-year entry-level deal on Sunday. Continue reading “Panthers sign Petrovic to 1-year extension, ink Repo to entry-level deal”
The Panthers announced today that they’ve reassigned defenseman Dylan Olsen to the Portland Pirates of the AHL. Olsen was called up on November 28th when Alex Petrovic was announced to have aggravated an injury sustained earlier this month. At the time, Dmitry Kulikov was out with injury as well, although he is back in the lineup tonight against the Blue Jackets. Continue reading “Panthers reassign Olsen, activate Kulikov from IR”
A good rule of thumb is to wait five years before evaluating an NHL draft class. This gives players a fair amount of time to develop past “prospect” status, allowing fans or pundits to more effectively evaluate how well the team drafted in a certain year. With five years having passed since the 2010 NHL Draft, we are now able to take a closer look at the Panthers’ draftees and compare their projections to what they’ve become thus far in their careers.
Restricted free agent and defenseman Alex Petrovic has signed a two-year, one-way contract with the Panthers. Petrovic was one of the Panthers’ eight restricted free agents to be tendered a qualifying offer just about two weeks ago and leaves Jonathan Huberdeau as the final RFA yet to sign a new contract with the team. Continue reading “Petrovic inks two-year deal with Panthers”
This year saw a total transformation of the Panthers’ defensive pairings. There was a strong balance between the veterans and the young guns, which made the team’s defensive front stronger than it has been in years. This lead us to pose a question: Who was your favorite defenseman on the Panthers this season? Click the link below to view the poll.
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