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Florida Panthers Postseason Experience ... NOW! With Panthers Playoff Records

FLORIDA PANTHERS IN THE PLAYOFFS

Stanley Cup champion

John Madden (New Jersey 2, Chicago)

Tomas Kopecky (Detroit, Chicago)

Brian Campbell (Chicago)

Mikael Samuelsson (Detroit)

Kris Versteeg (Chicago)

Asst. coach Craig Ramsay (Tampa Bay)

Postseason games played (goals-asst; TEAM)

134 – John Madden (21-22; NJD, CHI)

92 – Mikael Samuelsson (22-31; DET, VAN)

90 – Brian Campbell (8-30; BUF, SJ, CHI)

69 – Ed Jovanovski (11-19; FLA, VAN, PHX)

61 – Marco Sturm (9-13; SJ, BOS, LAK)

51 – Jose Theodore (19-28, 2.82 GAA; MON, COL, WSH)

50 – Kris Versteeg (11-21; PHL, CHI)

43 – Marcel Goc (3-6; SJ, NSH)

31 – Jerred Smithson (2-1; NSH)

30 – Tomas Kopecky (4-3; DET, CHI)

27 – Wotjek Wolski (8-9; COL, PHX, NYR)

22 – Tomas Fleischmann (2-3; WSH)

19 – Scottie Upshall (3-4; PHL, NSH)

16 – Sean Bergenheim (9-2; TB)

4 – Mike Weaver (0-0; STL)

3 – Krys Barch (0-0; DAL)

1 – Scott Clemmensen (0-0, 0.00; NJD)

Coaching Staff

89 – Asst. coach Craig Ramsay (17-31; BUF)

59 – Head coach Kevin Dineen (23-18; HRT, PHL, CAR)

53 – Asst. coach Gord Murphy (3-16; PHL, FLA)

Postseason debut (games played, franchise)

Stephen Weiss (637, FLA)

Shawn Matthias (205, FLA)

Dmitry Kulikov (198, FLA)

Jason Garrison (190, FLA)

Mike Santorelli (174, NSH, FLA)

Keaton Ellerby (116, FLA)

Erik Gudbranson (72, FLA)

FRANCHISE

Appearances: 4 (1996, 97, 2000, 2012)

Series Won: 3 (BOS, PHL, PIT in 1996)

Last appearence: 2000 (swept by New Jersey)

Franchise playoff highs

--Games played: Scott Mellanby, Robert Svehla (31); Paul Laus (30).

--Goals: Dave Lowry, Ray Sheppard (10); Rob Niedermayer (8); Stu Barnes (6); Bill Lindsay (5).

--Assists: Svehla (11); Barnes (10); Mellanby, Gord Murphy (9); Sheppard, Ed Jovanovski (8).

--Games by goalies: John Vanbiesbrouck (27); Mike Vernon (4); Mark Fitzpatrick (2).

 

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