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Jack Skille Gets Two-Year Deal from Florida Panthers

From Bob McKenzie's Twitter account (@TSNBobMcKenzie):

The Panthers agree to terms with forward Jack Skille on a two-year deal with an annual cap hit of $825,000.

Skille, who came to the Cats from Chicago in a midseason deal, was a restricted free agent.

The Panthers have already resigned RFA Keaton Ellerby and are supposedly in talks with Mike Santorelli.

RFAs Steve Bernier and Byron Bitz aren't expected to return next season.

I'm out of town for the holiday weekend but will be updating this site much more frequently in the coming days.

Time to get back to hockey talk Panthers fans...