If the Panthers hope to party like it's the 1999-2000 season — the last time they reached the NHL playoffs — they must continue to ride their goaltending duo.

Florida (37-25-17) hosts Winnipeg on Tuesday night, and a victory would clinch a spot in the postseason for the first time in 10 years, which is an NHL record. If that happens, the Panthers would also have their first division title in franchise history.

Starter Jose Theodore (22-5-10) holds a 2.38 goals-against-average with a .920 save percentage in 49 games. Backup Scott Clemmensen (13-6-6) made 31 saves in Sunday's shootout loss to Detroit, moving him 2-0-1 in his past three games with a .959 save percentage.