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Florida Panthers agree to terms with forward Rob Flick

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Yar Me Matey! The Cats sign another with an eye towards the Pirates.

Rob Flick in a rookie tournament game with Chicago.
Rob Flick in a rookie tournament game with Chicago.
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The Florida Panthers continued to add players for its AHL affiliate in Portland. The Cats announced today that they have inked forward Rob Flick to a one-year, two-way deal.

Flick is a 24-year-old who was drafted in the fourth round of the 2010 NHL Draft by the Chicago Blackhawks. He played two seasons with the Rockford Icehogs before moving on to the Providence Bruins, where he scored 19 goals and added 5 assists in 2014-15. Flick has suited up for a total of 219 AHL regular season tilts, but has not played in the NHL yet.