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NHL 2015-16 Season Preview: IMMORTAL JAROMIR JAGR BREATHES ETERNAL LIFE INTO THE FLORIDA PANTHERS

The Florida Panthers have Jaromir Jagr on their top line, therefore they automatically become TheNicessist’s #1 pick for 2015-16 Stanley Cup Champions.  As far as we are concerned, there are only three potential reasons why Jagr is still in the NHL: 425 more words

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Panthers' Luongo: 'Nothing beneath (playoffs) will be acceptable' for 2015-16 season

Roberto Luongo has high hopes for his squad.

The Florida Panthers goalie is entering his second full season on his second tour of duty with the club, and expects to push the campaign past 82 games in 2015-16. 268 more words

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Luongo: Panthers cannot accept anything 'beneath' playoffs

When you miss the playoffs as often as the Florida Panthers do, it may be tough to raise expectations.

Roberto Luongo and Jaromir Jagr are far more accustomed to success after game 82 of a season, however, and the Panthers’ goalie is adamant that the team must set its sights on the postseason. 219 more words

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Fan sends photo of Cory Schneider to Roberto Luongo for autograph

We have a case of mistaken NHL goalie identity, here.

On Friday, Roberto Luongo tweeted a photo of some fan mail he was answering … and one of the photos was a little… 87 more words

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Florida Panthers ’15-16 Outlook

Jaromir Jagr is extremely important to the Florida Panthers, and not just because he found such great chemistry with Jonathan Huberdeau and Aleksander Barkov.

One can imagine a scenario where the Panthers’ … 229 more words

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Under Pressure: Roberto Luongo

Did you know that 36-year-old Roberto Luongo is now the second-oldest goalie in the NHL?

It’s true. The only one who’s older and still under contract is Minnesota’s 37-year-old Niklas Backstrom. 240 more words

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It’s Florida Panthers day at PHT

Throughout the month of August, PHT will be dedicating a day to all 30 NHL clubs. Today’s team? The Florida Panthers.

For the third season in a row, the Florida Panthers fell short of the playoffs. 268 more words

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