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Saturday Caterwaul: Panthers GameDay Open Forum

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  • Rochester banged out a wild third period in Worcester Friday night as the Amerks left town with a 4-3 victory over the Sharks. Chris Taylor scored twice while goaltender Tyler Plante stopped 33 shots.
  • Stu Hackel at Habs I/O checks in with a pretty complete roundup of The Story Till Now, though we're still wondering where the elusive "George Edwards" may be lurking during daylight hours.
  • Just in time for the Panthers' visit, blueliner Andrei Markov (23 points in 35 career games against FLA) will make his season debut tonight.
  • A nice profile on defenseman Jason Garrison from CBC's Tim Wharnsby. "It's a fun role to shutdown the other team's top line," joked Garrison.
  • We're hesitant to bring up Tuesday's mess from Toronto once more, but as Florida lost the game - in less-than-glorious fashion - the Leafs will lose the services of forward Colby Armstrong. For six weeks.
  • Montreal coach Jacques Martin has exceptionally high praise for Habs netminder Alex Auld:  "I always felt Alex was a good goaltender, I had him in Florida."
  • Former Cats forward Nick Tarnasky sure likes him some Sunshine State.

Tonight: Moen vs. Hordichuk  Panthers @ Canadiens, 7pm. Live Game Chat fires up at 6:30.