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New Look For FloridaPanthers.com

from the Florida Panthers,

Welcome to the official launch of your new FloridaPanthers.com.

While the Panthers build success on the ice, they also continue to enhance FloridaPanthers.com to make it the top site for Panthers fans to get all their news, features, promotions, video highlights, pre-game and post-game reports, and blogs.

The new FloridaPanthers.com has several new features, including enhanced game highlights, additional statistics on Panthers players and their opponents, easier access to promotions and the Panthers official social networks, and superior photographs.


I have noticed a few more teams have gone in this direction too, basically the site is centered on your page and has a look and feel of nhl.com.

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Will Sexton Be Named Panthers GM?

from Stan Fischler at the Hockey Journal,

Here’s an interesting take on the vacant Florida GM slot from a high NHL exec: Since the draft and major free agency picks have been completed, it’s quite possible that assistant GM Randy Sexton simply will inherit Jacques Martin’s chair for the 2009-2010 season.

Look at it this way: Sexton has plenty of experience (Ottawa and Florida) and will save a financially strapped franchise some extra bucks. Plus, between overseer Bill Torrey and Sexton, the Panthers’ braintrust is as good as any around.

more hockey notes from Stan…

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  Tags: randy+sexton

Has Tanguay Signed?

via Steve Gorten of the Florida Panthers Blog at the Sun Sentinel,

Reports by RDS.ca and Hockeybuzz.com that free agent winger Alex Tanguay has signed with the Panthers apparently are not true.

Panthers’ assistant general manager Randy Sexton just said through a team spokesman (4:20 p.m.) that reports the Panthers have signed Tanguay are ‘false.’ I’ve left a message for Tanguay’s agent. Waiting to hear back.

added 4:35pm, via George Richards of On Frozen Pond,

KNOXVILLE, Tenn.—Word from the Panthers is the latest Alex Tanguay rumors regarding his signing with the team are false. But Florida is one of the teams the talented left winger is considering, so as always, stay tuned. I’m northbound and down, 10-4 good buddy…

added 4:56pm, Just to clear up the RDS mention from Steve Gorten, it was reported on one of their forums, not by RDS staff.

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  Tags: alex+tanguay

Panthers Show Interest In Tanguay

via Steve Gorten of the Florida Panthers blog at the Sun-Sentinel,

I finally was able to get a hold of free-agent winger Alex Tanguay’s agent today for a few minutes on the phone.

Tanguay’s agent, Robert Sauve, said the Panthers are one of five or six teams he’s talking with that Tanguay is considering signing with.

“They’re one of the teams we’ve talked to, but that’s about all I can say,” Sauve said. He added that he’s received “a few offers,” but wouldn’t say whether the Panthers have made an offer.

“We’re still looking at everything, trying to find the best situation for him,” Sauve said. “We’re going to take a little more time. We have a feeling we’re close with some teams, but we don’t know how much time it’s going to take to finalize.”

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  Tags: alex+tanguay

Panthers Lower Ticket Prices

from Sarah Talalay of the Sun-Sentinel,

After initially announcing they would freeze season-ticket prices for the 2009-10 season, the Panthers are instead reducing prices across BankAtlantic Center, offering tickets in the lower bowl for as low as $35 a game and the upper level for $7 a game.

Prices have been reduced in 11 of 14 seat categories, marking what Panthers team President Michael Yormark calls the “most aggressive price reduction” in team history.

Prices for full-season ticket plans are dropping $2 to $17 a game. Among the changes: Terrace level seats are dropping from $9 to $7; Goal Zone from $17 to $12; Lower Bowl Sideline from $77 to $65.


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Panthers Sign Leopold, 1 Year

From TSN:

The Florida Panthers made sure they didn’t lose Jay Bouwmeester for nothing.

They signed Jordan Leopold to a one-year contract on Thursday, locking up the player they received from Calgary in exchange for Bouwmeester’s rights.


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Clemmensen Signs in Florida

TSN’s Bob McKenzie reports that Scott Clemmensen has signed with the Florida Panthers,  for 3 years, $3.6 million.


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David Booth Re-Signs in Florida

From Elliotte Friedman via Twitter, David Booth has re-signed with Florida for 6 years.

More soon.

Update 1:48pm ET: According to TSN’s Bob McKenzie, the Booth deal is worth $25.5 million.

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Dvorak Re-Signs With Florida

via TSN Cover IT Live Blog,

Florida has re-signed Radek Dvorak. Two years for 3.4 million total.

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Bouwmeester Traded To Calgary

Panthers get Jordan Leopold (ufa July 1st) and a 3rd round pick.

added 10:29am, via Flames Insider,

So Sutter has a week to convince Bouwmeester to join the Flames.

It also means that the Flames must lose some salary somewhere.

In other words, it’s just starting.

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  Tags: jay+bouwmeester, jordan+leopold

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