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Dobber Hockey features Panthers' goaltending rundown


A very slick profile from DH's Justin Goldman: What really impresses me about Florida’s depth chart is their effective goalie drafting. Not once in franchise history has the team chosen a goalie in the first round. In fact, 33% of their drafted goalies came in the second round (six of 18). The team found a gem in Mark Cheverie in the 7th round (193rd overall in 2006) and they did plenty of homework by plucking Markstrom 31st overall in 2008.

Sun-Sentinel: Tallon tells Vokoun he has "no interest" in shopping veteran goaltender


From Steve Gorten: "It's nice to know a little bit where I stand," (goalie Tomas) Vokoun said Tuesday. "As you know, nothing is guaranteed in this business, but at least I know how he feels. I got a whole different feeling from that [conversation] than from my end-of-year meeting with [then-GM Randy Sexton]. …Randy didn't tell me he was going to trade me. But I just wasn't sure." Doesn't mean other clubs aren't interested. Still, with Tallon claiming Jacob Markstrom will start his season in Rochester, this is not an entirely surprising admission. Got to wonder how this plays in the Clemmensen household. More notes at the link.

LGA: Rochester/Florida contracts going forward


Keith from LetsGoAmerks! with a great piece on where things stand in Rochester, along with predictions for a number of current organizational assets.

THN's Kennedy: Panthers only a "Big Dog" away


Ryan Kennedy's blog @ The Hockey News: The closest Florida has come to a legitimate game-breaker was during the Olli Jokinen era. The big Finn crested at 91 points in 2006-07, but then the Cats were doomed, ironically, by a porous defense. But hope may be on the horizon, albeit maybe a little late to salvage the season. In March, Florida has averaged better than four goals per game so far, including a seven-goal outburst in a win over Philadelphia.

Panthers Prospect "Snap Shot" from The Pipeline Show

"Florida has consistently worn one of the ugliest jerseys in the NHL and recently added a third sweater design that is a departure from their usual red-gold-blue disaster. However, the current alternate is basically an unoriginal mock up of the Springfield Falcons with a borrowed Quinnipiac Bobcats crest. No points for originality but at least they look a lot better." Seriously, there's some good stuff on Ellerby, Repik, Markstrom and others.

Panthers' Jenks sews it up for USA against Sweden in huge World Juniors upset; will face Canada in Championship round


USA standout and Florida prospect A.J. Jenks' empty-netter against Sweden uber-tender (um, and fellow Cats prospect) Jacob Markstrom has set the stage for a WJC final round matchup with Canada, slated for Monday. Sibling rivalry, indeed.

Jacob Markstrom continues to impress for Sweden at WJC

"I can't lie, it's good. He is one of the best goalies in Sweden despite being so young. You have to be really good to score on him, so that feels really great. (He has to) stay on this level so we can be a threat for both Canada and the United States." - Sweden head coach Par Marts Markstrom also got some quality space over at Puck Daddy as well.

TSN: Conclusion of 2008-09 season - Top 12 Panthers Prospects


Shane Malloy finds a lot of goodness in the Panthers' system with his profile of prospects who are rising to the surface. W4E say: keep an eye open for Kenndal McArdle in training camp. He was spectacular last summer, bested only by the heroics - and ultimately, talent - of Michael Frolik and the give-ya-one-more-shot Anthony Stewart. Whole new game come September.

Panthers' Markstrom tearing up the WJC


Tonight, the Gold Medal game of the World Junior Championships will be played between Canada and Sweden, and the standout goaltender of the series so far would be...? "The key player for Sweden will be goalie Jacob Markstrom, a second-round pick of the Florida Panthers. Markstrom has been the top goalie at the WJCs, with a 4-0 record, 1.25 goals-against average and a .954 save percentage." Heady numbers, and a chance at immortality. More on tonight's game and Markstrom can be found here.

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