Panther Parkway Radio: Game 1&2 Discussions, Flyers, Goalies & More

The Florida Panthers have kicked off their 20th anniversary season this week playing two games already, notching a terrific win against the Dallas Stars and then losing miserably to the St. Louis Blues just two days later.  Still very early on in the season, but we have a ton of information to talk about on tonight’s episode! For tonight’s podcast, we will be discussing everything that has been going on this past week, including both games the Panthers have played in, the Philadelphia Flyers disastrous team, goal-tender situations around the NHL and more!

Host: Paige Lewis

Guests: Dave Lasseter and Jameson Cooper


  • Dissecting the Panthers 7-0 loss agains the St. Louis Blues
  • Panthers 4-2 games against the Dallas Stars. Who stood out?
  • Philadelphia Flyers are just silly
  • Goalie Situation around the NHL

Click the link below for today’s podcast!

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Observations Of The Florida Panthers After Two Games

The Florida Panthers took the day off Sunday following Saturday night’s thrashing at the hands of the St. Louis Blues by a score of 7-0.  Seven different Blues players scored, and the game ended in an ugly fashion with 15 different penalties assessed to the two teams, that included eight various misconducts, two fighting majors, and a penalty for an illegal check to the head that was given to Tomas Fleischmann.

The play of the Panthers compared to their victory over the Dallas Stars on Thursday was a total 180, as Florida looked overmatched from beginning to end.  If you read my preview, you knew that the Blues would be physical, and use their muscle to not only set the tone, but dictate the pace.  They were obviously successful.  It didn’t hurt either that the Blues penalty killing unit squashed numerous chances for the Panthers as well.  Goaltender Jaroslav Halak now sports a 8-1-0 career record against the Panthers, who must not let that get into their heads.

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