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Florida Panthers By the Numbers: 2000-2012

11yearsWhat the Florida Panthers have done since last making the playoffs:

-- Seasons: 10. Years: 11. 

--Won 346 games, lost 499 (116 in overtime/shootout) and tied 51*.

--Have accumulated 861* points (average of 78.3 per season) 

FLAsleeve--Have had eight coaches (Terry Murray, Duane Sutter, Mike Keenan, Rick Dudley, John Torchetti, Jacques Martin, Pete DeBoer and Kevin Dineen).

--Have had eight general managers (Bryan Murray, Bill Torrey, Chuck Fletcher, Dudley, Keenan, Martin, Randy Sexton and Dale Tallon).

--Have had five captains (Scott Mellanby, Pavel Bure, Paul Laus, Olli Jokinen, Bryan McCabe).

--Have had three arena names (National Car Rental/Office Depot/BankAtlantic Center).

--Have had eight Top 10 draft picks (Stephen Weiss, CatlogoJay Bouwmeester, Nathan Horton, Rostislav Olesz, Michael Frolik, Keaton Ellerby, Erik Gudbranson, Jonathan Huberdeau). 

(*) Numbers do not include Saturday's season finale v. Carolina. 


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Hey George,
My DIRECTV grid now shows SUN+ televising tonight's game at 7:30 on Channels 656 and 656-1 (HD). Have they now decided to show the Carolina feed?

Oli - That may be a mistake by DirecTV. It is being shown by Fox Carolina so if you get CenterIce the game is on. The bonus is you don't have to listen to Billy Lindsay.


Wow, think of all the names and hopefuls that came through here. Remember when Ivan Novoseltsev and Denis Shvidki were the future? How Joe Nieuwendyk and Gary Roberts were going to be the veteran leadership to get the kids over the top? Finally, the wait is over and it finally took the team spending on players who weren't over the hill.

Oh, and random nitpickiness: THe Panthers have had nine top 10 picks. It seems the immortal Petr Taticek was forgotten.

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