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FanShot via MySA: Panthers throwing Rampage under the bus?

"Let’s just say the Rampage offense will be diminished this weekend. Yes, this is the nature of the beast in the AHL, where your affiliation can work wonders when the right players are signed, sealed and connected. But when the callups catchup, it’s tough for the team to be competitive. Just ask the Abbotsford Heat, who led the West Division most of the season, but Calgary has come calling and the Heat is hurting, going 0-6-1-1 since the fire sale began." No, it's not a hit piece. More from MySA's Tony Uminski above.

Aleksander Barkov`s Official Facebook Page!

Dear Florida Panthers fans! Come and follow Aleksander`s official Facebook page. Best of luck to Aleksander for his first ever NHL season. Go Panthers!

HF: "Top prospects for Florida Panthers starting to make an impact in the NHL"

"Perhaps the most unexpected aspect of Huberdeau's play in the NHL has been his effectiveness in the corners and in high-traffic areas. His abilities in open ice situations, where his skills and vision have time to bloom, have always been evident, but his play around the net has been better than expected. He is simply a NHL star in the making and one of the top candidates for this season's Calder Trophy." - More from HF's Brian Fogarty above.

OHL Western Conference Coaches Poll: Trocheck rocks, basically.

Vince Trocheck ranked first in faceoffs, second in shootout shooters (probably based on reputation, as he's gone 1-for-5 this year, but was 5-for-10 last year and 3-for-5 the year before), and third for "most dangerous in the goal area" by the coaches. I think he should maybe have gotten a few more mentions, especially for defensive forward and penalty killer (hello league leader in shorthanded goals), but three is obviously not bad at all and Plymouth has a ton of guys to put up for these things.

CHN: Panthers prospect Bjugstad "more than a scorer"

From College Hockey News: "In a time where many top picks that choose the college route spend one or two years on campus, the expectation is that a player with the size, skating ability and skill of Bjugstad will leave. Instead, he decided to return to the Gophers for one more season and in the process raised expectations for both the team and himself. Whether those expectations were fair can be debated. For many, however, anything short of Bjugstad, who scored 25 goals as a sophomore, dominating college hockey and leading Minnesota to a national title would be a disappointment." More from our pal Nathan Wells on Florida's 2010 first-rounder above.

SportsCity.com checks in on Panthers' Shore

The latest from our pals at SportsCity, with more input from Sir Todd.

SportsCity.com looks at Panthers' Huberdeau

Along with views from Hockey Prospectus and DobberHockey, LBC's own Todd Little gets in on the action.

Hockey's Future: Panthers Prospect Basaraba Learning The Ropes At UMD

[Joe] Basaraba’s hockey journey is different then most Canadian players that thrive in the Canadian junior leagues. After being drafted in the second round (22nd overall) by the Erie Otters in the 2008 OHL Priority Selection, the 16-year-old was not ready to be that far away from home. Instead, Basaraba was given an opportunity to play under Tom Ward at Shattuck-St. Mary’s. Ironically, Basaraba never returned to Canada to play hockey, choosing to stay in the state of Minnesota when he committed to UMD. More from HF's Justin Felisko above.
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