Category Archives: Florida Panthers
Dale Tallon is telling gm's he has 1 really good offer for 1st pick overall. Not sure he's going to take it. Other so-so offers as well.
— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) June 26, 2014
#FlaPanthers Tallon on #1 pick: I've had one concrete offer. It was a fair offer. But I may as well wait until the end and see what happens
— George Richards (@GeorgeRichards) June 23, 2014
Brian Campbell's no-trade clause stipulates he picks eight teams he'll allow himself to go to. So he's got a lot of pull.
— James Mirtle (@mirtle) June 18, 2014
FLA GM Dale Tallon has whittled list of 6 finalists for head coach down to 3. Will narrow to 2 and name one, likely by end of week. #TSN
— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) June 16, 2014
Tallon confirms Bylsma, Ron Wilson, Gallant, Crawford and Peters in final 5 for coaching vacancy. Says Bylsma interviewed strong on Tues.
— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) June 11, 2014
Ben Kuzma wonders if the Canucks could try to package Jason Garrison and the 6th overall pick as part of a deal with Florida to move up in the draft.
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NHL.com is reporting that … “Flames asking Panthers about No. 1 pick in Draft”
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Damien Cox of the Star writes that “The Florida Panthers general manager has the No. 1 pick in the draft. He’s talked to 12 coaching candidates, including the newly available Dan Bylsma.”
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Scott Cruickshank pf the Calgary Herald reports that the Flames have been talking to the Panthers about the 1st overall pick.
only guessing here, but trade. – @MattsMusings1: Do you think the winger DT is after will be traded for or signed in FA?”
— George Richards (@GeorgeRichards) March 27, 2014
With the NHL’s trade deadline less than a week away, the Panthers could undergo another massive roster overhaul.
For a team miles out of a playoff spot, that may not be a bad thing.
Brad Boyes leads Florida with 14 goals. He will be an unrestricted free agent at year’s end. The Panthers are 8 points outside of the final playoff spot.
The trade rumours have also come with suggestions that Kulikov might be about to jump to the KHL; the option there (if the Oilers are interested) would be to try and negotiate an extension before acquiring his rights (note: I’m not a lawyer but as I read the CBA, Kulikov can talk about an extension prior to January 1 because he’s currently on a two-year contract). Given the Oilers needs on defence and the number of Russians MacTavish has brought in, Edmonton might be an attractive option for the young rearguard.