- Panthers indicate that Mitchell's career likely over Updated: Apr-26-16 2:41 pm
SUNRISE, Florida - Willie Mitchell hoisted the Stanley Cup twice, played parts of 15 NHL seasons, even found a way back on the ice after a knee injury kept him out for more than a year.
- Panthers came far in 2015-16, now eyeing the future Updated: Apr-25-16 3:42 pm
SUNRISE, Florida - There was a stretch in the regular season where the Florida Panthers seemed like they were getting every break, helping them put together what became a franchise-record 12-game winning streak.
- Islanders beat Panthers 2-1 in 2OTs to end playoff drought Updated: Apr-25-16 2:08 am
NEW YORK - The New York Islanders' long playoff drought is over.
- Quine wins it in 2nd OT, Islanders top Panthers 2-1 Updated: Apr-23-16 1:43 am
SUNRISE, Florida - Alan Quine was a newborn when the New York Islanders last won a playoff series. He spent most of this season in the minors. His NHL debut was a mere two weeks ago, the team adding him to the roster as an emergency callup.
- Panthers score 3 early goals, beat Hurricanes 5-2 Updated: Apr-09-16 11:04 pm
SUNRISE, Florida - The Florida Panthers wasted little time in adding to the best season in franchise history.
- Luongo, Panthers beat Canadiens 4-1 for fourth straight win Updated: Apr-05-16 11:40 pm
MONTREAL - Aleksander Barkov starting things early, and by night's end, the Florida Panthers were Atlantic Division champs.
- Holtby approaching Brodeur's single-season wins record Updated: Apr-04-16 6:24 pm
ARLINGTON, Virginia - When Martin Brodeur broke the NHL's single-season wins mark in 2006-07, the New Jersey Devils goaltender was honored that previous record holder Bernie Parent was in attendance. The Hall of Famer sent him a note, and Brodeur had him autograph a replica mask that's still displayed in his home.
- Barkov scores with 28.1 left, leads Panthers past Canadiens Updated: Apr-02-16 11:35 pm
SUNRISE, Florida - The Florida Panthers have made the playoffs only four times in their 21-year history. Their furious rally Saturday night moved them even closer to a fifth appearance.