Panthers coach Peter Horachek spent a big portion of Wednesday's practice working on Florida's woeful power play.
The Panthers have scored on 9 percent of their power play chances this year; the NHL record for worst power play percentage belongs to the 1997-98 Lightning which scored on 9.35 percent of its chances.
The franchise record for power play futility is a comparatively robust 13 percent (2000-01).
"I don't know the stat, won't look it up and don't care about it,'' Horachek said. "Someone telling me a stat doesn't change anything.''
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Florida is also on pace to obliterate its franchise record for fewest power play goals.
The Panthers have scored 17 power play goals in 58 games this year; last year, despite playing just 48 games, the Panthers had 29. Florida is on track to score 24 this year. Florida's fewest power play goals in a full season: 35 (2010-11).
"It would certainly generate some confidence and get things jumping,'' Horachek said.