Boston Herald "The Bruins are going to be feeling mighty good about themselves as they enjoy a day off today at sunny, warm Fort Lauderdale Beach. After easily beating the Florida Panthers, 5-2, yesterday — their second Sunshine State win in less than 24 hours — the Bruins have taken over the No. 1 spot in..." March 10
Pro Hockey Talk "Roberto Luongo probably wasn’t the only one surprised when the Vancouver Canucks reopened trade negotiations with Florida. At that point, the Panthers seemed committed to sticking with Tim Thomas for the rest of the season. After all, they made bobbleheads of him and everything. Speaking of,..." March 09
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "It may have felt like throwback jersey night at the BB&T Center, but it was actually a smashing homecoming for goalie Roberto Luongo as he was serenaded by Panthers fans wearing his No. 1 jersey with cheers that sounded like jeers all night long: Louuuuuuuuuuuu! All Luongo did in his first..." March 08
PSD Staff Check back often for all of the latest NHL Trade Deadline rumors, news stories, tweets, images, videos, and anything else we can dig up pertaining to Deadline Day. It's already been busy and I expect nothing less on Wednesday. March 06
Tim Thomas headed to DAL. #Tradecentre
CSN New England "The Bruins finished up their schedule of games prior to the trade deadline with an efficient night of work picking apart a Florida Panthers team already thinking about next year. David Krejci scored three goals and Jarome Iginla added another in a 4-1 win over the Panthers and Tim Thomas that..." March 05
Florida closing in on a trade involving d-man Mike Weaver. Canadiens are among teams with interest in Weaver. Draft pick likely return.
TSN.ca "The Vancouver Canucks have traded goalie Roberto Luongo to the Florida Panthers. Luongo rejoins the Panthers after having been traded to Vancouver eight seasons ago. He spent five seasons with the Panthers from 2000-01 to 2005-06 before playing the past eight years with the Canucks." March 04
Panthers traded Mike Weaver to the Canadiens for a draft pick.
Brad Boyes agrees to terms on 2 year deal with FLA. $2.625M AAV.
Scott Gomez and Scot Clemmensen (FLA) also on waivers.
CSN New England "Loui Eriksson was not on the ice for Tuesday’s morning skate, and will miss the game against the Florida Panthers with a “minor issue” according to Bruins coach Claude Julien. Julien also assured that the Swedish winger will be back to play on Thursday once the NHL trade deadline has passed..." March 04
Chicago Tribune "Brandon Pirri took a big step backward in the standings Sunday when he was traded from the Chicago Blackhawks to the Florida Panthers in exchange for two draft picks. The Blackhawks own the second-best record in the NHL, while the Panthers are tied for the third-worst mark. The Blackhawks..." March 03
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Venerable Nassau Coliseum may seem as ancient and run down as the Roman Coliseum, so perhaps that's why an angry, frustrated group of Panthers seem to take on a gladiator mentality in a chippy clash between two teams heading to the golf course in mid-April instead of the playoffs. Panthers..." March 03
Hawks trade Brandon Pirri to Panthers for 2 draft picks. Quenneville never liked Pirri b/c of his defense. Led AHL in scoring last season.
NHL.com "Florida Panthers Executive VP & General Manager Dale Tallon announced today that the club has acquired RW Mark Mancari from the St Louis Blues in exchange for LW Eric Selleck. Mancari, 28, has played in 42 games for the Chicago Wolves (AHL) this season, posting 31 points (9-22-31) and 22 PIM...." March 02
Columbus Dispatch "When Blue Jackets center Artem Anisimov came over the boards for his final shift in the second period, he glanced at the scoreboard and made a mental note. “It was 30 seconds to go,” Anisimov said. He certainly made the most of them. Anisimov’s short-handed goal with 10 seconds remaining..." March 02
New York Post "Turns out the NHL wasn’t allowing its players to participate in the Olympics without at least the smallest bit of protection. According to multiple sources, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) had taken out insurance for the possibility..." February 28
CSN Washington "Instant analysis of the Capitals’ ugly but effective 5-4 win over the Florida Panthers Thursday night at BB&TCenter” How it happened: The Capitals blew a pair of two-goal leads but pulled out their third straight win and first following the Olympic break, when Alex Ovechkin rifled his 41st goal..." February 28
Fox Sports Florida "For the Florida Panthers, the term 'sellers' does not apply. With the NHL trade deadline nearing, Panthers brass met in Toronto last weekend to prepare. They have their eye on talent, the blessing and cash of owner Vincent Viola to become a cap team, and a lot of assets to move. That makes..." February 25
Pro Hockey Talk "The Florida Panthers on Thursday recalled defenseman Dylan Olsen from San Antonio in the American Hockey League, the club announced in a statement. Acquired from the Chicago Blackhawks in a November trade that included forward Kris Versteeg, Olsen has appeared in 21 games for the Panthers this..." February 22
Mike Kostka (CHI) and Mike Mottau (FLA) on waivers.
Seattle Times "A group of Seattle sports, business and political leaders will make a cross-border pilgrimage next week to learn more about the National Hockey League. The overnight trip to Vancouver, to attend a reception at B.C. Place with sports and tourism officials from that city and then watch a Canucks..." February 20
Fansided "The Florida Panthers are in the middle of another disappointing season. After making the playoffs two seasons ago, the Panthers have seemed to revert to the the type of play that kept them out of the playoffs for more a decade. Panthers’ General Manager Dale Tallon is obviously not happy with..." February 16
Pro Hockey Talk "It took a while, but Russia finally solved the riddle that was Jan Laco. The Russians beat Slovakia 1-0 in a shootout on Sunday at the Bolshoy Ice Dome, thanks to successful attempts from Alexander Radulov and Ilya Kovalchuk. With the win, Russia clinched second place in Group A and will now..." February 16
CBSSports.com "After taking a hard hit to the head against Slovenia Saturday, Tomas Kopecky is expected to miss the rest of the Olympics with a head injury according to TSN's Bob McKenzie. The hit that felled Kopecky, leaving him wobbly on his feet, brought a one-game suspension for Slovenia's Sabahudan..." February 16
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "It turns out that Panthers forward Sean Bergenheim might have been the wise one for turning down a last-minute invitation to join the Finnish Olympic team in Sochi, Russia as both his teammates have already been injured. Panthers rookie center Aleksander Barkov reaggravated a knee injury in the..." February 16
Pro Hockey Talk "Florida Panthers and Team Finland forward Aleksander Barkov could be out a bit longer after the injury he suffered against Norway. A Finnish site reports Barkov will miss the next 4-6 weeks with a knee injury. Barkov battled a knee injury earlier this season that cost him four games. George..." February 15
Pro Hockey Talk "Florida Panthers GM Dale Tallon is a guy who is never afraid to make a deal, but he may not be so eager to do that at the trade deadline this season. George Richards of the Miami Herald heard from Tallon about a host of topics concerning the 15th place team in the Eastern Conference. Tallon..." February 15
Pro Hockey Talk "The Florida Panthers only sent two players to the Olympics and they might have lost both of them. Finland’s Aleksander Barkov is out for the rest of the Olympics with a lower-body injury and Slovakia’s Tomas Kopecky sustained a possible head injury after absorbing a hard hit from Slovenian..." February 15
Fansided "Canada and Finland are set for what should be an incredibly entertaining contest between two great teams, but the Finns may not have their No. 1 center in the lineup for the contest. Aleksander Barkov was forced to leave Finland’s game against Norway on Friday during the third period and he did..." February 15
CBSSports.com "We take a break from your regularly scheduled Olympic programming to talk a little NHL for a moment and a goalie who has been mentioned in possible trade speculation. Panthers goalie Tim Thomas came back to the NHL this season with Florida on a one-year contract. He has had a few injury issues..." February 14
CSN Washington "It’s hard to have a conversation about Olympic hockey without the issue rink size coming into play. Will the Europeans have an advantage over the North Americans when the men’s hockey tournament begins in Sochi? First, let’s go over the dimensions. Most NHL rinks are 200 feet long and 85..." February 12
Pro Hockey Talk "We know that Team USA will start Jonathan Quick on Wednesday. American coach Dan Bylsma hasn’t revealed his starter for Saturday’s marquee game against Russia, but whoever it is will have his work cutout for him whenever the United States takes a penalty. Russia revealed it’s top power-play..." February 12
Miami Herald "Sean Bergenheim declined to take advantage of all the injuries besetting Finland's national team as he turned down an invitation to play in the Olympics. Bergenheim, who turns 30 on Saturday, missed all of last season and a chunk of this one after having numerous surgeries related to his..." February 08
Raleigh News & Observer "The Carolina Hurricanes got everything they wanted out of their game Friday against the Florida Panthers. The Canes won 5-1 at PNC Arena, picking up two much needed points and rebounding from a tough loss earlier this week to the Winnipeg Jets. Goaltender Anton Khudobin was sharp, again...." February 08
Detroit News "The Red Wings keep earning points in the standings. And more of those points are because of victories, which is a good sign for a team that is getting healthy players back and rounding into form. Thursday they rallied with two goals in the second period — from Daniel Alfredsson and Gustav..." February 07
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "It wasn't quite as shocking as a snowstorm in Atlanta or Peyton Manning''s performance Sunday, but there were a few extremely rare sightings in the BB&T Center Tuesday evening. First, the Panthers scored a power-play goal, their second in their last 53 chances and first at home since Dec. 28...." February 05
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Panthers captain Ed Jovanovski is thrilled to be playing again after major hip surgery, but that doesn't mean he's happy about the team's current status or attitude. After losing three lospided games in a row on a critical road trip, the Panthers are 13 points behind a wild-card berth with six..." February 04
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The results have been disappointing. That won't deter veteran goalie Tim Thomas from considering a return next season if Panthers management wants him back. "I'm certainly willing to entertain the idea. I haven't talked to the club about that," Thomas said Monday as the Panthers returned to..." February 04
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "When Panthers' second-year forward Drew Shore was struggling and was sent back to the Panthers' AHL affiliate in San Antonio after just three games he admitted he had trouble dealing with it emotionally. Following morning skate in Nationwide Arena on Saturday when he was told he was again being..." February 03
Miami Herald "With the trade deadline approaching, Dmitry Kulikov says he has heard his name mentioned as a possible candidate to leave the Panthers. A first-round pick in 2009, Kulikov has spent his entire NHL career in Florida and says he doesn't want to go anywhere. Those rumors about him wanting to go..." February 02
Columbus Dispatch "At the end of a 4-1 win last night, after left wing Nick Foligno gave his customary bearhug to goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, the Blue Jackets players took a twirl at center ice with their sticks lifted, an appreciative nod to a throaty crowd of 16,762 in Nationwide Arena that had just witnessed a..." February 02
Pro Hockey Talk "The Florida Panthers have dropped three of their last four games, but should get some help for tonight’s contest against the Columbus Blue Jackets as forward Aleksander Barkov is projected to return, according to Steve Goldstein. Barkov has missed four straight matches due to a knee injury. The..." February 01
Toronto Sun "As the Year of the Horse begins in the Chinese calendar, the cavalry arrived to relieve the first line of the Maple Leafs and their sweat-stained stopper. After signs in recent games the team would finally address its over-reliance on Phil Kessel, James van Riemsdyk and Tyler Bozak, as well as..." January 31
Pro Hockey Talk "If the NHL pulls its players out of the 2014 Winter Olympics because of security concerns, Hockey Canada will be left scrambling. Hockey Canada president Bob Nicholson said there is no “Plan B” if violence causes the NHL to keep the players in North America as Joshua Clipperton of The Canadian..." January 30
CSN New England "The beat goes on for a Bruins team that is absolutely rolling as they inch closer to the Olympic break. The B’s improved to 5-0-1 in their last six games with a 6-2 domination of the Florida Panthers, and improved to 8-3-1 in the month of January while cementing their place atop the division..." January 29
CBSSports.com "The NHL is all set to send its players to Russia for the Winter Olympics, the league will shut down for two weeks, the rosters consisting mostly of NHL players have already been announced. The Olympics are a go. However it's still not completely set in stone just a couple of weeks from the..." January 28